Friday, 12 October 2007

Montego bay is a Casualty Killer


Montego Bay Scarf Fleece Artist Sea Wool, from Lettuce Knits in the Straw/Ivory colorway. The photocard that it's sitting on is from Casualty, a skate brand dreamed up by Joey G-a super cute dude from NYC. He does all his own screen printing and the original members of TEAMKNIT! are fortunate enough to have been sent some previously. I smell a bandana bandito photoshoot. Montego Bay Scarf
Mind the color balance, I'm on stolen time at the moment. I have to run out and get a present for Victoria, a girlfriend of 20 some odd years. What does one get, for someone who means the world to you, has known you since diapers and has everything she could possibly need-and then some? Accessories?* I never seem to have enough scarves, hats, earings....hmm... Perhaps I have some time to whip her up some mice for her new cats. They are so totally adorable so I have to show you.
Victoria's kitten "Six" This is Six, a pure bred siamese female at about 3lbs Victoria's kitten -  "Six" I snapped a picture of her lying next to me, excited that she matched my top. Six was nonplussed. Victoria's kitten - "Six" Wait till I get some shots of her newest addition, A HAIRLESS SPHINX!
*kicking myself for not starting a potterybarn afghan for her. Jules- it's ON!

6 comments:

Team Knit ! said...

I hear you on that afghan stuff. And get this- I HAVE afghan wool all set in my stash, specifically for an afghan. And then I wonder why I have no stash space anymore....

Who does Six belong to? Adorable!

tonpetiteoiseau said...

I love that pattern your starting. What is it? Is is just the stitch pattern?

Jill said...
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Jill said...

Woops left a weird deleted comment. Your post made me think of "Skippy John Jones" a kids book about a siamese cat who thinks hes a chiuahua and yells "My name is Pepito Bandito!"

Team Knit ! said...

tonpetiteoiseau, the pattern is called Montego Bay, by Amy Singer. I think it was n one of the spring Intervweave issues...
The stitch is real easy, and looks great with almost any yarn.

j

Team Knit ! said...

jill,
I can't believe you know that book too!!!
I got one for my little niece, she still can't read but they are even enjoyable to adults!