Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Knitting Comic!

Only someone who knows knitters could write a comic like this:




Both G and I are addicted to this comic series, Questionable Content. This is the only knitting related one I've seen in the strip, though.

14 comments:

LittleWit said...

Actually I read Knit Princess religiously, it's a comic about a knitter. She's quite hilarious and easy to identify with. :)
http://www.knitprincess.com/?p=24

Heather G. said...

This post confused me, because I read it in my newsreader right after today's QC...

Sarah said...

A knitting comic is a great idea! I love knitting and I love comics. This one is cute.

Princessdeia said...

There is a knitting comic - each issue had a free pattern.

http://www.comicknits.com/

Sam said...

I find this hysterically funny, given that I wrote a novel involving both knitting and quantum physics/multiverse theory for last year's NaNoWriMo. XD

weezalana said...

Yes, but the real question is - can you knit that nine-dimensional cardigan top-down? ;)

Anna said...

I do believe the writer of this comic lives in Northampton, MA -- home of Webs, aka the yarn store of my dreams. Coincidence? I think not!

alittlebitofscrap said...

Fun.ny! I'm gonna have to check it out. Thanks for the link :)

yoel said...

LOVE this!! What a great find :)

Hilary said...

HAHA! That's awesome. I'd like to learn more about the laws of cashmeredynamics...

CanarySanctuary said...

Ha! That's fantastic :)

Reckless Glue said...

bahahahahahaha!

Rainy Daisy said...

FUNNY! Oh my. I know that natalie dee's cartoons are occasionally knitting-oriented. I also saw a knitting-related graphic novel in Powell's the other day (www.powells.com).

Sigh...if ONLY there were classes on cashmeredynamics...

Steve Bergson said...

Hereville - a graphic novel in which the heroine is challenged by a troll to knit the better sweater - recently won the Sydney Taylor Award from the Association of Jewish Libraries.

A low-res scan of Mirka trying to knit may be viewed at http://blog.schoollibraryjournal.com/afuse8production/files/2010/08/Hereville-sequence.jpg

The cover - showing Mirka on top of a gigantic ball of yarn - may be viewed at http://www.hereville.com/wp-content/uploads/front_cover_625wide1.png