Suki’s Utilitarian Knitting Service

As a very young girl I was taught to knit by my Oma for the ‘boys on the front’.
I remember wondering why they might need woollen socks and scarves in Vietnam until I understood the finer points of Dementia.

I have recently reclaimed my ability to knit and have made a sock (for an amputee I know) and 3 hot-water bottle polo-neck covers.

SUKS is up and running

Put your orders in for a SUKS original now…

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6 Responses to “Suki’s Utilitarian Knitting Service”

  1. weezil Says:

    Coulda been Suki’s Utilitarian Container Knitting Service. 😉

  2. Suki Says:

    Tell me the dimensions and I’ll give it a go… 🙂

    Don’t laugh Weez. The girlchild’s friend left his ipod in her car. It has it’s own knitted cover complete with the little apple logo.

  3. brownie Says:

    impressive cables and color too.
    when you knit hats or mats for the rats, I do hope to see a photo?

  4. brownie Says:

    yes folks for the past 7 minutes I have been ‘refresh’ing to see the slideshow, and there is a stunning aesthetic relation of the Opera House roof tiles with the cactus spines and the fishnet pattern. subtle and just beautiful.

  5. weezil Says:

    Could you knit me a muffler for my microbus?

  6. Suki Says:

    *smiling* thanks for the compliment brownie.
    I currently have 46 images and only work, ratplay and knitting is stopping me from making more.
    Beware if I get more time. Your refresh button will wear out. 🙂

    I’m also playing with the idea of less pictures with new ones added regularly.
    I’ll surprise you.

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