"I love it when a plan comes together!"
Ladies, Gentlemen, may I present to you: Metal Mixing Bowl wearing my Noro Panta:
Lovely isn't she? And now a side view, if you will:
And because there are two sides:
Doesn't that little handle add a sassy "earring effect" that's just to die for, yes.
Of course the back, because here at Tactless Wonder, we show all:
Sensational, little metal bowl, we love your modeling prowess, Vogue will steal you away from me one day, I know. Give her a hand everyone, yes, beautiful.
Alrighty then, I actually have the tag so I can tell all:
Pattern: Panta from Crafster and other sites
Yarn: Noro Kureyon, Color No. 116, Lot No. D
Needles: US 5s
Followed the directions except, following Deceptively Packaged's advice (whether or not she realized she was giving it) I subtracted several inches to account for the "bath stretch." No, I have not bathed it. I'm basking in the fact that it's a wee bit tight and let me live in that glory for a few more days :).
I need to bother people about how best to seam the ends though. As you can see from the last pic, I kinda did it willy nilly. The color change is kinda cool. A little color for this recovering Goth girl. (Well, wanna be Goth girl...I always thought I was a weeeeeee bit too chubby to fit in with the "PIBs" (People In Black) of Santa Cruz). I just like food a bit much to starve myself.
I used all but a little ball of the yarn...so now that goes on to my "extras" pile...
Fun to knit. Warm to knit. So now I hope it's fun and warm to wear....