Frog It All PRINT -
A very common term in the knitting world is the word "Frogging". It refers to the process of undoing one's labors of turning yarn into a knitted item, by unraveling everything knitted so far after a mistake was made.
The term "frogging" came from the phrase "rip it" - the sound a frog makes...
In my knitting adventures, more often than not, it's almost like a flock of frogs are hopping all over everything, tangling the yarn, undoing what I was knitting, or just being general "harumph"-ibians... rarely is it something I smile about...but at least this sheep still has its humour - and some hoppiness to go along with it.
Attention: the original painting of "Frog It All" was square in format - to bring you our popular prints on paper and canvas in standard sizes, the image has been digitally altered to fit our standard sized mats.
- prints on paper in double mats, and on canvas, gallery wrapped or framed
Fun sheep art by american contemporary artist Conni Togel, creator of the ever popular Sheep Incognito painting series
©Conni Togel 2015