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Stalker, with photos

Remember the jumper I was knitting based on one I surreptitiously took photos of on the street one day? Well, we went back today and took the same photos, but with Leon's finished jumper. Here they are:

I blanked out the strangers face, it seemed like the polite thing to do.
Taking these photos was hilarious, while I stood on one side of the road and Leon stood on the other, a stranger came up behind me and looked at my phone, just to check out what I was taking photos of. Ah, St Kilda, never change.

I'm so happy with how the photos above turned out.
The jumper itself is ok. The neckline turned out a little lower than I was planning, and the reverse stocking stitch does not look as smooth as I would have hoped. Maybe a couple more washing will sort that out?

 Certainly I think it was a worthwhile experiment. And every time I design something for myself, I am reminded of the challenges of designing. Will I do it again? Probably, I have a whole folder of photos I've taken both sneakily and with permission, that are just waiting for their moment.


  1. Love the photo recreations!

  2. Very funny re-enactment! Great work on the jumper too :)


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