« Get Lucky with The Whoreshoes in So Cal | Main | A Very Surprisingly Great Day »

ClosureAugust 16, 2007


Got tired of hairclip, and I like this way of closing it. What do you think?

(I think this is my last preblog. Hopefully I'll be back among you real-time-bloggers soon.)


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Closure:


Love the ribbon, and you can change it out to go with different outfits!

Kendra said EXACTLY what I was thinking. Like, to the word.

OOH! Also your mood. You could change the ribbon depending on your MOOD.

There, that's not a completely lame "me too!" post. :)

Oh, I love that! I'm going to have to try it on one of my knits sometime...Thanks for sharing!

Yup. That definitely is superior to a hairclip. Very nice.

I love how it looks, but isn't it going to be a big pain to put on and take off? Unless it's loose enough to just slip over your head, I guess...

I'm just a lurker and an admirer of your writing and knitting skills. I have never see the white top you're modeling before. could you post some info or other pics please. Also more pics of Digit please. I am former vet surgical nurse and I was interested in his progress.
Carol (in Maine)

That looks really cool. Kind of Victorian pinup. Or something.

That looks great!

Looks really sweet, I like when people come up with avant guard ways of buttons and ribbons. I know a gal from my machine knitting guild who has made paper mache (spelling?) buttons for a special sweater she designed and knit. That way you can make it a completly custome look! Love the ribbon!

Oh yeah, the weaving gives a very Edwardian corset look to it all. Smashing! (Ok, ok, so corsets usually laced up the *back*, picky, picky... [g]) Man, just think of all the times to switch colors. Lipstick red satin cording when you want it *unlaced*. [eg] Pearl gray for looking sophisticated. Kumihimo in beautiful silks for understated exotic. Printed for-- Ok, shutting up. Good grief, I feel like I suddenly got hit with the Fashion Stick!

Dude, you are just far too elegant. That is all.

Digit was a very cute kitten, they grow up so fast, I wish I had more pictures of my babies.

Love the ribbon too, very clever.

Oh so pretty!! Love the ribbon. Love the whole look!

Very cute! Kind of old-timey underweary like the IK corset pullover. I love it, too!

Very cute! Kind of old-timey underweary like the IK corset pullover. I love it, too!

That looks really cute. I didn't see the hairclip (lol) but this is a definite winner!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Rachael loves it when book clubs read her work! She's happy to attend book clubs that read her books either in person or via Skype. Contact her at rachael@rachaelherron.com to make arrangements.


Subscribe to Rachael's mailing list

knitting projects

DSCN13632.jpg Email me