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May 2011
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I have a uterus!

maziemaus sent me a knitted, stuffed uterus:


I think it's totally awesome! I have a uterus!

From her letter:

The mention of a pattern for a knitted uterus came around about a month or so ago. A friend of mine, who does not knit, said she wanted on. I made it (and learned to knit in the round in the process) for her.

Becky said she wanted one so I started another. While I was thinking about uteruses and who would want one I thought of you. You're the only person I know who has had GRS and it occured to me that this is the only thing you didn't get.

Deb, I hope you're not offended that I sent you a knitted, stuffed uterus. Aren't the frilly ends of the fallopian tubes kind of cool? And you can shape the cervix any way you like.

Many hugs!
And she was worried I'd be offended. Pshaw. This is so cool. *dances around*

Thank you so much, maziemaus! And yes, the frilly ends of the fallopian tubes are totally cool...




Current Mood: ecstaticecstatic
Comments

I have the pattern and if I ever master double pointed needles, I'll be more than happy to make one for your Mom..

If anyone else can do and needs the pattern let me know.

Stitch Markers are your friend

Using big needles (size 8, these were) is good for learning. If you don't like to use stitch markers you can count the stitches you'll need for the whole round.