Thursday, October 12, 2006

America's Next Top Model meets Sunrise Circle Jacket



So since I could not find a stand-in with the proper build I had to be the model. I have to give props to those who take such great pictures modeling their knits. I am much better behind the camera but I gave it a go. I have to thank my friend Syl for taking such great shots. Here are my America's Next Top Model submissions where you can see all sides and the back shaping.

16 Comments:

crafty chica said...

wow, it looks even better with you.. great job.

Nora (Black Dog Knits) said...

You look great - the colour is perfect.

Jackie C. said...

I love the way it fits you -- I just hope mine fits half as well!

Jeanine said...

FABULOUS!

Dang, I really want one now.

Skylar said...

Amazing! Great pics too! Lov that sweater!

Gail said...

Your jacket looks great on you. I love the color. It's one of my favorites. Was it a hard knit.

bradyphrenia said...

it's absolutely gorgeous on you. fabulous job.

Tami said...

Beautiful! I looks lovely on you!

Nik said...

she does look good on you. great color choice, too.

celia said...

The color is great, the fit is perfect... I would walk around showing this of :-) love it.

Happy Knitting

Manduca said...

wow, i really love the cuffs, how long they are. i would love to make one, but i'm a beginning knitter (mostly a sewer). at least i'm inspired to start some simpler projects so i can get to that one.

Brooke said...

I love the color and it looks perfect on you!!! Great job!

Anonymous said...

You are gorgeous in that jacket.

Melisa said...

It fits perfectly and that color is beautiful on you! It's a winner!

Cyndi said...

Wow - very cute! Great pictures too... I love the one with the parasol.

Ruby Banshee said...

You should definitely not shy away from being your own model. Lovely, lovely photos, and the finishing looks great.