Posted by Stitchy McYarnpants On April - 10 - 2007   ShareThis

Eager to capitalize on celebrate the newly emerging wedding market, we at the American Homosexual Craft Council went to work to produce the ultimate Same Sex Wedding gift. Scientists, statisticians and nosy neighbors were assembled to perform exhaustive research. The front porches and rear bumpers of gay citizens everywhere were analyzed and finally, we are proud to offer what is sure to be the biggest seller during the upcoming Civil Ceremony Season.

It is with great pleasure that we present to you the Rainbow Trousseau! At last, the blender can be itself, the spoons can stop pretending, and the toaster can finally embrace the truth:

Cozies are a family value.

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12 Responses

  1. Carson says:

    Oh my gourd!
    I must have a copy of that!
    I need to knit a rainbow toaster cozy!

  2. colleen says:

    I do remember a time, say 1982, when a t-shirt with a rainbow on it was a necessary fashion item in my elementary school.

  3. Inky says:

    OOOHH!! Rainbow toaster cozy :)

  4. Marnie says:

    This cinches it, Mork was living a lie. Those suspenders were a dead give away.

  5. karrie says:

    Okay the weirdest thing about those patterns – a “Spoon and towel holder.” Do those things really belong together?

    And is it wrong that I like the casserole tote?

  6. maryse says:

    do you have the ordering coupon still?

  7. Dana says:

    Who knew Rainbow Bright dabbled in hooking out kitchens?

  8. Ah. Now my SnackMaster 3000 no longer has to laugh along with the Toaster Oven’s crude “socket” jokes. She can be free with her love for the Waffle Iron.
    Thanks Stitchy!

  9. Terri Lynn says:

    Nice oil change, the petro freaks may soon appear….all in their acrylic pantsuits(more crocheted than knitted- you know those crochet mauraders are just itchin’ at the crotch to get you and your little lamb too!!!!

  10. Brings back fond memories of my Bicentennial project for art class, a huge paper mache’ mushroom painted red, white and blue. Woo hoo!!

  11. Heather says:

    holy crap-rainbow-ulous use of yarn, it makes you go color blind just looking at it!

  12. Anonymous says:

    And yet there is hope for at least some of these–take it from your GLBT fanbase!

    Somewhere, over the rainbow…

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