2.08.2008

Oh I WISH I Could Knit!

Ok, so I knit a little bit. I can knit a scarf if it only has knit and purl stitches with no increase or decrease tricks and absolutely no funny little cables. It is my wish-hope-dream to some day be able to tackle the cable and actually move beyond scarfs, but alas I don't actually put in the time to make that wish come true (I should have made that a resolution). For those of you who do knit (read here: Cranat make your sister look at these pics, create a pattern, knit these up, and share with us) or for those of us that can appreciatively look at great talent and design with great longing, I present for you some really great knits:




I love both of these, but I harbor a great hope of someday being able to actually make the sweater. For those of you who don't harbor such dillusions check them out at the Oeuf website.

Note: These are not a personal find of mine. I am stealing them from Design Mom. If you haven't visted her blog, repent now!

7 comments:

Denise Hollinger said...

Those sweaters are soooo cute!! I want to learn to knit just so I can make them. But not really, I want you to learn to make them and I can pay you for one :)

I need to repent because I have not been to design mom, yet!

cranat said...

I will for sure direct my little sis to your site... I'm sure she'll be all over it. :)

Janel said...

I need a sweater like that to keep my hands warm in this house.

McKell said...

Courtney,
I love it, love it, love it! When I get a moment, I want to try one out! I'll let you know how it goes...
Thanks!
McKell

chosha said...

They are so cute, and would be really handy for keeping kids' hands in their pockets while you're out shopping with them. :)

Yankee Girl said...

I know guys, it is the cutest!!! I agree chosha very handy for the kiddies while your out shopping.

Yankee Girl said...

Also, I should say that I am really looking forward to hearing how it goes McKell. We are very lucky to have you around to try things first.