Throw Caution to the Wind tank–complete!!

At long last, the Throw Caution to the Wind tank is finished! Finito! I gave up on the reverse backward triple sowkow (sauchau? How DO you spell that?) flippo crochet and just went with a single crochet (or, rather, my personal interpretation of the single crochet, as all literature, even instructions in Vogue Knitting, is open to interpretation). It turned out okay, though I’m wondering if the armholes aren’t too big.
I do not know why the picture is blurry. It could be because I used the timer mode, as my photographer is at his parents’ house roofing (doesn’t he come across as a total he-man, what with all his house construction projects? In reality, he is a high school English teacher). Well, you don’t need to see all the details, anyway, since that will only bring attention to the flaws!
Guess what’s cookin’ right now? I’m attempting to make Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt in my ice cream maker! The recipe called for an envelope of Dream Whip. Weird! I’m thinking of throwing in some chocolate chips and some chocolate sauce at the end, and yes, I will pour jimmies/sprinkles over it, too! Oh, and I will save some for Peter. He comes home tomorrow.

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5 Responses to Throw Caution to the Wind tank–complete!!

  1. Kerstin says:

    Throw Caution to the Wind looks great. Do you want me to continue to be a bad influence? Check out Booga J’s Noro Kureyon felted bag. Easy pattern, great bag, only three skeins of Kureyon. I dare you. 🙂
    By the way, re: Classic Elite “Star.” Choose a pattern in which you don’t need to count rows or stitches. Simple is better. It knits up into this cool “pebbly” textured stretchy fabric, but counting rows is not easy with it. I’m using it for ChicKami. Cool. 🙂

  2. Hedi says:

    Hey, this tank fits you grrreat! I think this is the first time I’ve seen you in this shade of blue. I think you can add this color to your wardrobe of oranges and lime greens.
    Now, about your Throw Caution to the Wind Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt WITH chocolate chips AND chocolate sauce AND chocolate sprinkles…..hmmmmm
    (I think my blood sugar just went up writing all that down!)

  3. Leigh says:

    your new tank looks great!
    I love that archway in the backgroung–what a great place!

  4. Krista Jo says:

    With all the chocolate, peanut butter, and dream whip, why not just make ice cream?!

  5. alison says:

    Way cool top! Great interpretation of Smooch. It really came out well. Bravo!

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