By Vickie Howell
When I was 3 or 4 years old, my mom knit me a ladybug vest and skirt. Man, I loved that outfit! Unfortunately, the original was lost in the great hand-me-down beyond. Still to this day though, I appreciate the cuddly kitsch of the ensemble; so much so that I decided to create new version for my own daughter. Enter the My Fair Ladybug set – updated with a micro-mini skirt and an ode-to-the-80s boxy vest. For texture (and fanciness), I used a dimple stitch pattern and knit the pieces up in a pop-y green – the Chartreuse(ish) from my Sheep(ish) yarn line. Lastly, the ladybug touch is added with some simple embroidery. The result, well, is a set of nostalgic knits!
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8 thoughts on “CRAFT Pattern: My Fair Ladybug, by Vickie Howell”
This is an adorable little outfit. I wish it came in size 6.
love the ladybug outfit. ilove ladybugs. i have a tatoo with two ladybugs around the heart.
Los Angeles: Vocalist Rihanna, who has worked with architect Giorgio Armani, is right away eying a occupation in the world of fashion.
The 24-year-old recently designed a aggregation for Armani, and she said she has been playing wide with style designs and cool tries to dish him some advice.
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As much as we adore the “Ocean’s” dream team that consists of Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and needless to say Don Cheadle, the 47-year-old actor himself says the franchise has most likely reached its end.
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“Yeah, that was a thing that came up potentially to do, but it’s since kind of gone away,” Cheadle says. “But I really like that character. I don’t know that I would need to revisit him, Iove kind of been there, carried out that, but I truly dug carrying out that. I had a good expertise with him.” But it is possible to catch Cheadle on Showtime’s “House of Lies,” in which he plays the morally bankrupt consultant Marty Kaan.
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