Sunday, September 28, 2008

My Male Models

First up - let's have a big hand for the return of Fred...!
Today we have Fred wearing my finished (and blocked!) Mystic Light Shawl. Made of 2 skeins of Handmaiden Seasilk, doesn't he look just lovely?
Next, Fred shows off the Goddess Knits Anniversary shawl. Made of Knitpicks Alpaca Cloud in Papaya Heather - a little over 3 skeins was needed - on 3.5 mm needles, it is a lovely circular shawl.
Blocked to approx. 5 feet in diameter, just look at that detail!
Next up, we have Mr. Me modelling his custom knit 4 by 2 rib sweater. Featuring an allover rib pattern, saddle shoulders and a turtle neck, this sweater was knit out of 3 skeins of Cascade Eco Wool. Doesn't he look warm and cozy as he travels up the Saint John River?

9 comments:

km said...

While Fred does look good, I think the real winner here is Mr. Me! That's a great sweater. And it's good timing too as the weather is cooling off. Did you just think this sweater up, or did you start with a formula?

sharon said...

Wow.
The circle shawl and the man sweater. beautiful

kasiaiscarly said...

pretty shawls! they are very nearly the same color, though, someone is on a pink kick?

Channon said...

Lovely, lovely knits. Good of Mr Me to model. The Knight won't wear sweaters!

Robin said...

Fred's just lovely wearing shawls, I'm sure you couldn't get Mr Me to model those! His sweater is very handsome, love it!

Dorothy said...

What gorgeous knits! The sweater looks amazing!

Nancy @ the Jersey Shore said...

OOHH! Amazing finished knits. I'm envious, as my WIPs are slow to finish.
I hope you were spared Kyle's rains?

Monica said...

OMG your handiwork is AMAZING......... beautiful gorgeous... ugh there aren't enough adjectives!

Cycling Knitter said...

fab knitting, I am impressed!!!
love hubbys sweater, so snug..