Tim Burton was back for a new Batman film and definitely felt more comfortable with the Dark Knight universe, so he decided to include some very Burtonesque origins for the villains. Beside a very gross Penguin, the eccentric director went for a sexy but really nuts Catwoman. And the metamorphosis from shy Selina Kyle into feline femme fatale remains in everybody’s memories.
Or does it? If not, you can still watch this video:
Not only Ms Pfeiffer is not too bad when it comes to grabbing a sewing machine and making an awesome vinyl suit, she has some interesting decor ideas too, especially when she makes her cheesy Hello there neon sign into a Hell here one that definitely matches her new routine.
So, I was told the idea to start what is expected to be a long series of mill-knitted words (it’s more fun than kids’ names, and all the kids I know have endless names anyway).
per votre fil de pelote no1, faire un nœud avec le fil de la seconde pelote et d’y aller doucement en moulinant au niveau du nœud.
My Hell(o) (t)here was mill-knitted with Lang Omega acrylic yarn, which is smooth enough for this kind of project. To change colour with a knitting mill, all you have to do is cut the yarn from your first ball, tie the end with another yarn, being careful with the not when it goes through the mill.
It’s quite a piece of cake.
Have you already mill-knitted any other words than names?