So how’s everyone’s week going? Good? Mine’s good, busy and nice. Of course, a byproduct of busyness is a shortage of knitting, which is of course unacceptable. I’ve been working on the tank in all season’s cotton – I’m almost up to the armholes and will need to decide what to do about the neck (I’m thinking v-neck). Still working on Soleil – working on the increases. Everything else, well, it’s kind of languished. I don’t want to start a new project until I finish something else, so I’m hoping to get some knitting done today. If not, there’s always SnB tomorrow. Oh, and I filled another bobbin (finally!) so I’ll be plying my yarn of Insane Craziness today.

For a bit of a change (and distraction from lack of knitting content): as I was going through my knits a little while ago (taking things out for Dulaan and ripping) I found my Cleo, knit from two strands of Lewiscraft-brand mercerized cotton (which is actually quite nice). I think it might actually, possibly, be wearable.

If not, I can always rip it.

6 Responses to “tanking”

  1. Erin

    I’m into the cleo – I want to make one myself and your shot kind of solidified it for me. Seriously – really loving the crossover and everything (it’s a titty thing!). How much is that cotton? Will be making this (on list) don’t rip it!

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  2. Julie

    don’t rip the Cleo. you’re only young once. it looks very sexy and elegant and you should wear it.

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  3. susi

    hey laura,
    i like your halter top! a lot! :)
    it fits you a lot better than the girl on knitty, hehe. and i agree with julie, it’s sexy and elegant and you definitely can’t find that in any store!

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  4. Maggie

    My giant breasts prevent me from making this beautiful tank and I am jealous. It looks fabulous on you. Totally wearable.

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  5. jessie

    dude, it’s totally wearable! it looks pretty hot, too. i love cleo but do not love showing that much of my back, so i live vicariously through you!

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