Thursday, October 12, 2006

Evidence of a sweater's success

Exhibit:

Gertrude sweater 1

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Point A:

The first thing you'll notice in this exhibit is that subject is actually wearing the sweater. She is not in the act of tugging it off or squirming in it. Her face is not contorted into a spasm of displeasure, itching, or irritation. In fact, subject appears to be quite accepting of the sweater's presence upon her person.

Point B:

Upon further inspection, we see that the sweater's arms appropriately match the length and girth of subject's arms, and the body of the sweater contours to subject's torso without excessive bulking or stretching. We can conclude from this evidence that the fit is, in fact, "solid jackson."

Point C:

Finally, allow me to submit that the color and stitch design of the sweater do physically enhance the overall cuteness of the subject. Given the subject's inherent cuteness and the implied difficulty of that task, I feel that it is safe to conclude that this sweater does qualify as a successful Gertrude sweater.

Mission accomplished! I'm working on the pattern and I'll have that up "soon" -- or sooner if anyone really wants to knit one.

3 comments:

Lucinda said...

That is indeed a very cute sweater! & well modelled too.

A clear success!

jinny said...

pattern? pretty pretty please? I'm also on craftster (that's how I found your site. :)

Squeaky Weasel said...

Hi Jinny, I'll get my notes together and write it up hopefully this weekend!