Yet it Gooooo!

I’m sure nearly all of you have been around a young child within the last year who, at some point, half screamed/half sang ‘let it go!’ (or yet it go! if Ls weren’t a thing yet.) even though no one was touching him or her.

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And they have also probably, at some point, they started running away from everyone, yelling ‘stay away from me and you’ll be safe!’

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If you have no idea what I’m talking about… I’m just going to leave this link here. Don’t watch it too loudly though, or any children within twenty miles of you will start singing in an off-key chorus at you’ll never hear the end of it.

The blue blur you  have seen in both of the above pictures is the cape I knit for my niece Rosie.  I knit the body and hood out of two skeins of Berroco Vintage Chunky. The ‘fur’ edging is a strand of Tinkerbell by Peter Pan held together with a skein of Vanna’s Choice. The required cast on of 48 stitches was much, much to small and I upped it to 54 stitches. You can find my full notes on my Ravelry project page.

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6 thoughts on “Yet it Gooooo!

    • I like the movie (do you to build a snowman is my favorite because Rosie is so darn cute when she sings it) but I hate it when things are over commercialized, so I’m torn. She did get the original Snow Queen fairy tale so it evens out.

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  1. Love the movie, quickly growing sick of song after Susie’s new Anna doll bursts into loud, really loud song when her arm is moved. Cuter are the three little girls who do the same with a little encouragement. Awesome cape, will have to make it x3. Thanks for sharing!

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