Piratical knits. A tribute to arrrrgyle part 2
Ahoy there, me matey! . . . AVAST there, me hearty! We’re having a party! It’s “Talk Like a Pirate Day” 🙂 . . . Yo ho, yo lol, it’s Talk Like A Pirate Day! So if’n yer freakin’ o’r what yer be hearing it’s ’cause this be the day ye can do as much piratical schtick as ye want! . . . ‘n whatever’s in fashion is in for a thrashin’ ’cause knitters knit arrrrgyle intarrrrrsia all day! . . . Aye, aye 😉 ye be grabbin’ yer needles ‘n joining this blogger for arrrrgyle knit fun today! 😉 ❤ Jackie
Once again, it’s time to celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day, which takes place every year on September 19.
What better way to do it than with a tribute to that most piratical of knitwear patterns: arrrrgyle.
As I mentioned in me last argyle post:
Origins of argyle
What’s a celebration of piratical knits without a mention of that most piractical-sounding of patterns, argyle. Argyle is a pattern made of diamonds, often including an overlay of intercrossing diagonal lines. It derives from the tartans of Clan Campbell in Scotland. When knitted, argyle is usually done in intarrrrrsia. *Ahem.* Intarsia.
Bonnie, classy arrrgyle
This sort of arrrgyle will never go out of fashion. That’s not an opinion, you understand. That’s a personal guarantee. Anyone I catch retirin’ this arrrgyle …well, they’s just askin’ fer a fight.
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