Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Batman Forever!


I have completed the Batman Pullover and one of the wristbands. Hooray!
It is now blocking on my table. I know, I don't really NEED to block acrylic but it doesn't really hurt it either.

One more wristband to do and I'll be able to box this sucker up and wrap it for gifting. Over all I am pleased with this project. It was my first Intarsia and it didn't turn out totally shitty. It was my first pullover. (In all honesty, my first sweater period.) And so I have accomplished two firsts with this project, and I don't hate it.

I didn't use a pattern, I just bought a 4T t-shirt, and based it off of that. That's pretty much it.

And here's a pic with the sleeve down so you can see the whole thing.

Then End!

10 comments:

Amie said...

Yay!

Can't wait to see it!

Lolly said...

Wow wow! Way to go, Laura! How very intuitive of you to base it all off of a t-shirt too!

PuppyMomma said...

I think it looks great! If he doesn't like it I'll wear it!

Coleen said...

Hooray! That looks AWESOME! I hope you can post pics of the lucky recipient modeling it!

Anonymous said...

"Is that big enough to fit me?" she says with a jealous pout. I can see it now...matching mommy and kiddo batman sweaters. Ok. Maybe not.

But. It's frickin' awesome. He's going to LOVE it.

Remind me I have an article to show you when you come over.

Theresa said...

So cute! And very impressive that you based it on at tshirt. The kid will love it. Seriously, I could see some grown up kids wanting one of these too.

Amie said...

Looks fabulous!!!

Shmom said...

So, when are you starting the Tony Stewart sweater for the older brother?
Seriously, the sweater is wonderful. You did great job and I cannot believe it is your first sweater.
I am so proud of you!!!

Mama Bear said...

What a great sweater! I know a few little guys who would love it.

eunny said...

That looks incredible! The whole design process was so much fun to follow along...I think you did the right thing by making it a pullover.

Aawesome!