Monday, August 14, 2006

Amazing Lace Challenge #6





Challenge #6: Unlikely Model

The last Amazing Lace Challenge of the summer has been posted:

"You’ve laced all summer. Many of you have finished. Many are on the home stretch. It is time for your lace to be seen in all its glory; to be shown off to its best effect, to be unleashed upon the world, to be modeled by…well, by the least likely model you can think of.

Your challenge — your final challenge — is to post a photo of your lace being proudly worn or displayed by the strangest, funniest, or most unlikely model you can find. Maybe your model is alive; maybe it is an inanimate object. Maybe it is human; maybe it isn’t. It just needs to be clever and unexpected."


I give to you my first ever pair of blue lace socks, humble offerings laid at the feet of Lumberjack Paul Bunyan from Bangor, Maine.

This Cinderfella could not quite get my first pair of lace socks to fit. And the base Paul stands on is out of my reach so I asked a visiting (tall) tourist type gentleman if he would place my socks at the lumberjack's feet. He did it with a grin and then got them down afterwards!
(Blue socks are at the tip of that giant looking pencil/log roller thing.)

AND I'M A CONTENDER!

Go vote for my Garden of Gladiolia's & Lace Socks from Challenge 5...won't you?
Oh, seriously! Grinning ear-to-ear just to be a finalist. But I need some votes, too!

6 comments:

aija said...

I voted for you, good luck!! :)

Sheepish Annie said...

I have scampered off and cast my vote! Good Luck!!!!!

stephani nola said...

i voted! you're kickin' butt.
i do love that foto though, so it wasn't cheating :)

oh, hideous paul. you need to knit one big enough to cover his ginormous shitkickers..

laurie in maine said...

Don't know for sure why "knit one big enough to cover his ginormous shitkickers..." is making me laugh til I cry at this moment. lol

Every time I reread I lol again ;)

Tricotine said...

HA HA HA! I recognized the Lumber Jack of Bangor! :)

Isabelle aka Tricotine

Jane said...

Congratulations! I see a winter of Folk Shawls in your future!