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Anatomically Correct Knitting

I’ve been knitting at the beginner level for a few years now, and I think I can safely say that I have crafted enough mufflers and ski caps to keep pretty much everyone I know quite warm about the head and neck. I just completed a shawl sort of thing for myself, but, as it required only one stitch and no increasing or decreasing of any kind, it differed from my past projects only in size.

I think I’m ready for something new—perhaps an adorable knitted uterus. You can find the pattern for this cuddly reproductive organ at Knitty, and the webmistress at Citizen Skein has combed the ether for similar, anatomically correct knitting projects. I think a pair of breasts would make dandy throw pillows, and wouldn’t a fuzzy penis make a great Valentine’s Day gift?

Cute Womb

[THANKS TO TED FOR THE CITIZEN SKEIN LINK.]

February 3, 2005 | Permalink

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