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emptying out the fug files, part 1

now for more fug ykw wouldn't touch! :D these are from the first issue of knit.1. as always, cut for number and size of photos, and supply your own snark.

few things are more wrong than reviving the 80's. they were a bad idea the first time around, at least as far as clothing is concerned. please, let the 80's die.

ah, knit skirts and fun fur - two great tastes that taste great together. or something like that.

wow, it looks like nicky epstien exploded. is there anything worse than over-embellishing a sweater with far too many knit flowers?

yup, smacking one on your head is definately worse...

oh yay. a horrific 80's redo in a craptastic synthetic yarn. this is truly what nightmares are made of.

edward scissorhands tries his, ahem, hand at knitting design.

see? everything really is better with a metric fuckton (equal to 2.5 standard fucktons) of crappy synthetic yarn.

overuse of the k.1 logo? check. crappy fun fur accessory? check. unecessary fun fur embellishment? check. this is the kind of thing that could drive me to drink...

 first of all, a lb homespun dog sweater should be considered animal abuse. second, if you need to label your dog as 'dog,' you have more problems than your choice of yarn. 

Edit: i had a slight case of the stupids when i posted this. i had posted these same pictures before... but totally forgot. so i didn't want you guys to think i was re-posting the pictures on purpose. i actually have many more scans from k.1. don't worry, i'll eventually share them all. :D


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Oct. 25th, 2006 03:35 pm (UTC)
Your comments are too funny! That fun fur hat is... ummmm.... amazing? No, no hideous. That's the word I was looking for. And what good is a sweater with a bunch of huge holes? Yikes. Thanks for this post. I couldn't stop laughing.
Nov. 28th, 2006 06:10 am (UTC)
Oh, that dog sweater labeled, "dog" is just too awesome. I keep giggling at it.
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