Tracy (snuffykin) wrote,

New Yorker Magazine knitting cartoons

I've noticed that a lot of knitting related cartoons show up in the New Yorker magazine, so I popped by the Cartoon Bank to do a search. There's oodles of 'em! You can turn any cartoon into a print, t-shirt, sweatshirt, or notecards.

Here are some, ordered by my sense of funny-ness:

"You keep him busy while I go for help." by Sam Gross
"Maybe you're overdoing the scarf thing." by Gahan Wilson
“I find that I don’t need to hibernate as early if I wear a cardigan.” by Leon Cullum
Cross-Country Knitting by Roz Chast
"I like a relaxed fit." by Edward Koren
"I don't want to say, 'I told you so,' but you've knitted yourself into a corner." by Victoria Roberts
"It was better before God took up knitting." by Bruce Eric Kaplan
"I had my coat made into a sweater." by Mick Stevens

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