I'm impressed Applespider. I wasn't sure if crocheting and knitting was a lost art or not. My mother would always crochet and outfit for an expectant mother. It included the hat, sweater, and booties. Do you follow directions from a manual? I think that your friend might appreciate something more that is made by hand.Applespider said:I'm knitting a sweater at the moment for a friend's new baby and I'm now very tempted just to buy one of those instead...
They'd be really easy to make yourself though. Print out the iPod wheel onto transfer paper and iron onto a blank baby vest.
I believe it's becoming more popular again but I do get a few funny looks if I take it to do on the Tube (one chap asked me if my needles were weapons to attack suspected suicide bombers! ). I go through fits and starts of knitting - I'm not an expert by any stretch of the imagination (which is why I'm currently poring over the last 3 rows trying to figure out where I added in the extra stitch that's throwing the pattern off! ) And yes, I use a pattern to help me - except for my iPod sock which I just did off the cuff.wdlove said:I'm impressed Applespider. I wasn't sure if crocheting and knitting was a lost art or not.
devilot76 said:That is so cute! But the Apple Campus' Company Store has an even cuter one!!! It's all white (same cut) but it has "mini" written w/ the different colors of the mini iPod. It's so cute!
The idea of a whole family sitting around in matching iPod romper suits is a very amusing one indeed....iBlue said:those are so unbelievably cute! i want one for the whole fam... damn kids get all the fun