... not really. Still, this photo looks that way, and clearly frailing with a masterful clawhammer instead of a being a cheesy three-finger picker.
Behold the February Lady Sweater, made out of about 2.6666666666666 skeins of Dyeabolical's cotton slub.
I used to make tons of sweaters, back before I established my "Do NOT Buy Yarn with a Credit Card" rule. This sweater, though, cost less than $30, with yarn left over even.
I fought mightily against the urge to make yet another purple sweater (I'm wearing one as I type, in fact, along with a purple scarf and purple socks), as I do not want to become The Purple Lady.
You've met her; you know you have. The only thing worse than becoming The Purple Lady is becoming The Knitterly Purple Lady.
The sweater's not perfect. Although the buttons are technically evenly spaced by rows, the cotton has draped so that they are no longer evenly spaced by inches.
Still, I'm pretty dang happy. Just don't call me The Purple Lady.