Sunday, April 16, 2006

Weenie Link Scarf

The staff here at Project Wrongway are proud to present this stashbusting masterpiece...



The Weenie Link Scarf!

Modeled by my bee-you-ti-ful offspring, this scarf is an, err, interesting alternative to the pedestrian rectangular versions one usually sees about town. Yes. It. Is.



Apropos from disco to deli and fast to work up from approximately 100 yards of Cascade 220, the Weenie Link Scarf is a Prime USDA example of meat to wear. Pair it with the Mixed Grill Wrap and you have an outfit that observers are sure to talk about long after the barbecue ends...

Crochet Stats
Yarn: Cascade 200
Hook: F
Pattern: Monster Crochet/Project Wrongway Classic - will eventually be offered as a freebie

More meat to wear to come! Just. You. Wait.

Copyright 2006 Regina Rioux Gonzalez. All rights reserved.

27 comments:

Jessica said...

Oh, man, that's great, Regina! Keep up the good/bad work! :)

noricum said...

That's great!

Did you see the buttered toast scarf on the happy hookers flickr photo pool? I thought of you when I saw it. ;)

Brandy said...

That is awesome!!!!

lisa s said...

heh heh.... that is funny!

~drew emborsky~ said...

That's weineriffic!

BellaLinda said...

Cute, and a thousand times better than all the Fun Fur scarves floating around!

Kari said...

GREAT!!!!!

rosie said...

I like it!!!
But....
I'm veggie so I probably won't make it.
I have to say that I was tempted by the mixed grill wrap. Hey, if I'm not gonna eat it why not wear it!!??

Maria said...

Too funny Regina....you definately take 1st prize for that.
You are the clear winner of Project Wrongway!!

Jennifer said...

I told Josh that if the patterns come out soon enough, we can go as a cook/barbeque for Halloween. He can wear the grill wrap and weenie scarf and I can wear a grill apron and carry a spatula and one of those pointy grill forks...

briana said...

I just can't get over how much they look like.... weenines!

FinnyKnits said...

Ok, if that isn't baseball game wear, I don't know what is. I could really root, root, root for the Giants with a scarf like that.

miss kendra said...

if i win tickets to the dodgers game this weekend, you better let me wear that.

Rose said...

Linkalicious! Did you stage that photo so Lena looks like there is a bird landing on her head? I like it!

Samantha said...

so much fun! if you ever start making crochet sushi accessories, I'll be in heaven!

MonkeyGurrrrrl said...

Just when I thought you couldn't possibly get any more amusing, you pull your children into the fray. I LOVE IT. I'm with Briana - who'da thunk they'd make a yarn in a color so perfectly matched to real weenies?

Your kids must think you're the coolest. Weird, but cool.

susan said...

oh mon dieu! you have done it again. i am feeling very carnivorus when i come in here... first the grill now this!
MAGNIFICENT is all i can say.
your sense of humor is delightful and obviously delicious too ...
way to go regina!

Red Rocket said...

Haha...my son recognized what it was from across the room, instantly. Great humor.

Katie said...

That's got me squealing like a piggy in delight. Excellent!

Momo said...

Fabulous!!

Tara said...

Oh, that's hillarious! And my dog loves it, too!

la sof said...

great idea. Love it!

Micky said...

Love it. Just right to go with the grill.
Can't wait to have the patterns.
Good eatin'...ummm, I mean stitchin.
:)

stuffed said...

OMG That's yummy! Every dachshund owner should have one.

And, the kidlet's hairdo is fabulous!

Jane said...

Excellent. You'll be beloved of all the dogs in your neighbourhood with a great string of sausages like that.

Anabel said...

That´s so funny! I love it:-)

Shell said...

Do you have some Bun Ear muffs by any chance?