Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Chaos Washcloth

Dude 1: Dude, check out my sweet new Chaos Washcloth!

Dude 2: That is totally gnarly, man! Where did you get such a fly washcloth?

Dude 1: I made it, man, and it was, like, so easy. Now I can wash dishes and be stylin'.

Dude 2: Righteous.

Me: I am, like, so square. Obviously I need a hobby to fill all this spare time. Oh, wait, this is my hobby!

Pattern: my own

Size: one size cleans all

Yarn: Lion Brand Lion Cotton in "Maize"

Gauge: (before washing) 18 s = 4"/10 cm on US #7 straight needles

This is what I did last night instead of writing. I also ate a veggie burger. (After I finished the washcloth, of course, around 11pm.)

You scored as Elizabeth Bennet. As one of Austen's most beloved characters, Elizabeth Bennet represents what most women would like to become: strong, independent, and loyal. Of course, she has her faults including a stubborn will of iron and a clinging to first impressions. Overall, Lizzie is bright and lovable...something to admire and aspire to.

Elizabeth Bennet


Elinor Dashwood


Charlotte Lucas


Emma Woodhouse


Jane Bennet


Lady Catherine


Marianne Dashwood


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Jeanette said...

The washcloth looks great! Nice job interpreting the symbol.

arianna said...

that's beautiful. and, i love that it actually has meaning behind the pattern!

Lissy said...

I was bragging once that people don't suspect I'm from CA and that I appear to be an Easterner, when Mara burst my balloon by telling me that she knew the first time she met me that I was from CA because i used the word "gnarly." heeeee.