It kinda has a "I wanted to knit a flash dance sweater, but didn't have enough yarn" feel to it, along with a "who cares if my bra straps show" overtone.Oh my.Barb B.
Is it my imagination, oh devotee of fine knitwear design, or is there a beaded drawstring making that fetching lumpy hemline?Well, an unecessary ridiculous detail quite reminiscent of the work of the festering Worldfamous Designer!
There is, ahem, I suppose, something to be said for consistency. Now I can rest assured that I won't be missing anything if I don't check out that manufacturers patterns. You did have me worried there for a bit.
Ahhhh...Berrocco...they never fail to....well...fail...miserably...Christ...at least they go all the way.
"What can we do to make this sweater even more craptastic?""I know! Let's put a slit in the sleeves for no apparent reason!"
You can so totally tell that as soon as they got this shot, the model busted out laughing. She and the photographer probably had the giggles all the way through the shoot.She could barely even keep it together long enough for this. Look at that smirk.
I'm just boggled by the notion that they offer anything called "yoga." Yoga and Brr-rococo are about as polar opposite as you can get.
Wait. Isn't that your favorite model, she of the frightening (maybe even festering) hairdo?I'm telling you, there's Famous Designer festering going on there.
my verification word, ewmehmmr, really sums it all up.EWw, me.., hmmm, rr?
You Knit What (www.youknitwhat.blogspot.com) wouldn't survive without Berroco. In fact they already featured this monstrosity back in January (http://youknitwhat.blogspot.com/2006/01/with-apologies-to-prince.html) If you want to see more of this kind of quality stuff...
What can you say? A sweater that reaminds me of flashdance and a necklace made out of washers. Just the same old, same old at Berroco.
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