kitty sweatshirt

This is what I made with the thrifted sweatshirt. I painted a kitty on it for Phoebe using my Martha Stewart craft paints. I was going to put a glittery collar or a bowtie on her but maybe they giant glitterpink kitty face is just enough.



We're kitty crazy over here. Don't be surprised if more kitty outfits pop up. I should post some pictures of our kitten Moko. She's so big now!

Other project updates. My sock is going woefully slow. I'm thinking maybe I need to get out some chunky yarn and size 13 needles and go in a different direction. And I think I'll make something from the towel this afternoon. Maybe a peanut?

8 thoughts on “kitty sweatshirt

  1. Kristine says:

    Your kitty sweatshirt is adorable! I am going to steal this idea and make some kitty shirts with my girls. Thank you for sharing!

  2. Seanna Lea says:

    The kitty is definitely cute.
    If you are knitting socks on dpns with sock weight yarn, then it is good to realize that the sock is as much about the process as it is about the product. It takes time. You are making thousands of stitches, but they are sturdy and beautiful. Almost all of my hand knit socks have lasted better than my store bought ones.

  3. kat says:

    Liking that kitty very much! I used to knit socks on dpn’s but got a “two at a time” book a couple of years ago and now use circular needles, have to read the instructions once through and end up with two identical socks. The process of creating them is still delightful, just much less head ache.

  4. Kristy says:

    We have a ton of the MS craft paints.. how are they holding up in the wash? I should just jump in and try it, but I hate to waste a shirt and paint if it doesn’t turn out…

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