Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Mixed Grill Wrap

Who said a steak is only good for wearin' when beaten and bruised???

Well, I'm here to tell you that steaks (and other carnivorous delights) are fit for wearin' whenever you git yer kebab on! Okay, I don't really know what that means either...Whateva...

Introducing the Mixed Grill Wrap!



Modeled by my creative cohort (and fellow cube farm cell matey), Briana! And doesn't she look lovely swathed in grills, hot coals and burning flesh? Okay, said accoutrements are all made from yarn, but you get my point...

This is Monster Crochet Haute Couture I tell ya! Yes, it, is. Directly from my new Spring Line (yes, I do have a Spring Line, you're looking at it), this wrap is HOT. Pun before bun definitely intended.

Now, take a looksee at what's cookin'...

Kebabs!



Steak!



Cheeseburgers and franks!



All happily charring over hot coals of Rio de Plata...



I mean, does it get any better than this? Methinks not.

Crochet Stats-O-Rama

Yarns: Hot Coals - Rio De Plata; Everything Else - Cascade 220
Hook: H
Pattern: That's a given...

Oh yes there's so much more ahead here at Project Wrongway...Stay tuned!

Copyright 2006 Regina Rioux Gonzalez. All rights reserved.

62 comments:

JANNIKINZ said...

Just awesomely creative..What a mind ! Love this one big heaps.

smg55039 said...

OMG!

That is so cool.

Toni said...

Very creative!

angharad said...

What kind of mind comes up with stuff like this? It's fantastic!

stuffed said...

That's HOT. You know that is so me at the opera.

Jennifer said...

That is simply awesome! I might need one to live!

Tifffany said...

heheheeh that is hilarious! You are so creative! The most creative thing I ever designed/crocheted was naughty dice. Oh well....

Kate said...

MMMMMMM! Making me hungry! Hope I don't get confused and starting spinning yarn from ground beef...

Jessica said...

That is hilarious! I especially love the kebabs.

Keep up the great work!

Vik said...

Regina you are an artist! you are incredibly talented!

joanna said...

That is soooooo freaking cool!

ReneeH said...

Hehehe...I think you've outdone yourself!

Rebecca said...

fabulous!
is there a pasta salad-side dish hat to match on the way?
:D oooo, or maybe a baked potato and salad to go along with the steak... oh, but the burgers and dogs need buns..... oh there is SO much for you to do!!

Kathy said...

Oh so barb-b-que beautiful! So funny. Weber Grill headquarters is near me. YOU MUST send them a photo. It is such a winner!

I see a great connection!

Rachel said...

very creative. i love it.

Heather said...

My stomach's growling. Rrrrr. :)

Brandy said...

That is awesome. Making me want to pull out my bbq grill and start cooking. Very creative.

Rebecca-bakesale said...

Brilliant! Love the cheese burgers!

stacey said...

I think I love you... :->

Ellen Bloom said...

You are soooo sneaky!!! You didn't even tell me you were working on this masterpiece! It's just in time for Springtime b-b-q-in'. You are reminding me more and more of Liza Lou's sequined kitchen and backyard picnic!!! Love it. Please wear this to the WeHo SnB on Thursday...puleeeze!

Jana said...

that belongs in a magazine or on tv or in a book or on a runway or a museum or something. can it get anymore "ove of a kind". unbelievable!!

ladylinoleum said...

EVERYONE! THANK YOU!!!!

You all are so damn sweet and supportive. I feel really blessed to be a part of such a great group of peeps!

Stay tuned for more Project Wrongway submissions. I've got tons of meat by-products cookin'!

miss kendra said...

you are insane.

miss kendra said...

and i for one am offended on the behalf of the meat.

i mean, meat is murder.

MonkeyGurrrrrl said...

I generally don't eat dead animal flesh, but I would certainly wear your yarn imitations! Dang, you are so incredibly talented. I can't even imagine how you came up with the colors and the idea! I thought your monsters and aliens were the coolest, but you have surpassed even those. Amazing. Genius. Words fail me.

Norah said...

Wow, that's just amazingly cool and creative!

Samantha said...

i am in love. i am so in love that i made my hubby get up and come look. he's now in love, too!

Jennifer said...

My husband and I agree, we simply need the pattern for this to continue living. We sooo know people who need one of these.

c-mama said...

Incredible. You never cease to amaze me. Great job.

briana said...

Seriously, I know that I said it before, but I think it's own of my personal favorites of your fantabulous creations.

Hey lady - If I make up a 50's sundress out of red & white picnic table oilcloth, will you let me borrow the wrap for a night out on the town?

Don't tease, because you know if you say yes, I'll do it.

vicki said...

omg thats so funny , you made me hungry girl, your wrap is worthy of a bbq for sure. can';t wait till the next one

BellaLinda said...

That's just amazing. It makes me hungry!

Gina said...

She certainly does look fab! Wow, your mind is wonderful! Love this one, I'm hungry too.

Faye said...

You amaze me with your awesomeness!

Amanda said...

mmmmm meat!

Faith said...

OMG Lady - that is freakin' awesome! I want to wear it out to some fancy gala and have everybody stare - and I don't even like people staring at me. I love love love it.

Stephanie said...

Ha! Fabulous! I've shown everyone at work! You are geeeenius!

Hey, whatever happened to the crab? I would LOVE to get my claws (get it?) on that pattern!

Stitchy McYarnpants said...

Holy Cow! (pun intended)

You are a superstar. I just wanted to make sure you knew that. That is quite simply the best. Thing. Ever.

Rose said...

Oh my gosh, I'm speechless! I predict that you will definitely rule the "Wrongway"!

FinnyKnits said...

That is the tastiest accessory I've ever seen! I would have a hard time choosing between my lunch and the wrap!

You are deliciously creative.

JessRedRose said...

No WAY. I don't think a piece of clothing has ever made my hungry. Wow wow wow.

sappmama said...

OK. You are just too much crazy fun for me! This is your piece de resistance (or however you spell it). It's MAD!

See ya 'round SnB.

Carla

natasha said...

how is it that we are sisters and you got the brains, the looks AND the insane talent. it is a good thing you use your powers only for good.

and why are there NEVER photos of you on your blog? you know you are cute. amazing. amazing. amazing.

susan said...

oh my oh my! the piece brings such new meaning to the words:
*smokin'*
*grillin'*
*throw another one on the barbie*
everyone here in this house can not get over the ultimate creativity nestled in that piece.
ART!

Heatherly said...

sizzlin'! bet that scarf could attract meat-eater men!

Jane said...

It's wonderful. Do you carry the condiments in your pockets? Or have you crocheted a set of those as well?

Katie said...

I bow before your greater skillz.

Darcy said...

Awesome! This is making me re-think the no meat thing. Your creations are hysterical.

Robert from crochetville said...

Beutiful work and a lovely model!

Christina said...

That wrap is hot!!! (Pun Intended)
That's really cool.

bunny said...

Great fun!

Micky said...

What, no frogs legs?
~
Love it, love it, LOVE IT!
Another great to be added to your accomplishments.
:)

Momo said...

just amazing! You are such a creatively, awesome, crochet-inspiring diva!

Squambo said...

I love it! Everything you do is out of this world! My boyfriend thinks the model is cute.

ck said...

Wow...I don't even know how you were able to do all that but it's an awesome piece of art!

Amy O'Neill Houck said...

Mmmmm... I love the way the coals turned out--they look so real!

Shell said...

Wow!
I have a friend that would love that!

halfwaynowhere said...

wow... that is insane... and awesome... i wish i had your talent...

Amie said...

You are SOOOooo creative! I had a good chuckle over this one! Those kabobs looked yummy.

mitzi said...

what no shrimp ?? I love it any way you serve it !!!!!!

Sharon said...

You are really cookin' now..... one question, gas or coals?

I love your creativity. Thanks for cracking my shell.
~S

Mimi said...

That's just -- fantastic. I think my dad needs one, if only I had any sort of crocheting talent XD