So, I got a call from my mother this morning asking me when the hell I plan on posting again. Okay. Okay! I get it. I've been seriously remiss in my posting duties. I have an excuse though. A good one at that. February has been a month in which I've been buried beneath projects with publishing deadlines. Now, this may seem pretty cool in theory. However, in reality I succeeded in overextended myself to the edge of sanity. I'm almost finished though and just need to stay focused until the process is complete.
Okay, let me state for the record that upon completion of this completely self-imposed ordeal, I'm making whatever I want, whenever I want. And I will be toasting many a glass full of spirits in celebration of my new found freedom!
Maybe I need a glass of spirits right now. You know, to celebrate my impending celebration? I digress.
I have been working on other items here and there in between the deadliners. These in-betweeners have become my refuge from my almost certain decent into the dribble cup realm. Although I think today's featured piece o' apparel is testament to my current downward slide.
Nothing like a cape with corndogs to soothe my beleaguered hands....
Modeled by the hubster on our condo rooftop.
Don't ask me what possessed me to crochet corndog appliques for a cape that was originally meant to be part of another SuperLinoleum ensemble. They look mighty tasty though. Uh, tasty as any acrylic mystery meat products could be that is.
This um, err, intriguing addition to Project Wrongway is brought to you by heaps of good ole Red Heart Super Saver acrylic yarn. (Should corndogs atop a super hero cape be crocheted and knitted with any other fiber? I think not.)
So yeah, padded walls and dribble cups may not be far away, but I'm sure to the most fashionable patient on the locked ward.
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