All fans of “The Walking Dead” know, Carl is never, ever in the house like he’s supposed to be, which leads to large portions of any given episode being devoted to watching Rick and Lori and the rest of their post-apocalyptic tribe mates running around in a state of panic trying to find Carl. “Where is Carl?” has become one of the iconic lines of the series. It might even be classified as a catch phrase if it wasn’t so damn dramatic.
This is what led my friend Kayti to invent my new favorite game, a photoshop meme in the spirit of Sad Keanu and Ryan Gosling Hey Girl: Where is Carl?
You should go check it out, and submit your own photoshop of where you found Carl if you’re into that sort of thing. For an example, here’s Carl hanging out in front of the Von Trapp mansion with Julie Andrews:
I’m kinda proud of that one, actually. Putting Carl behind the gate put my photoshopping skills to the test!
Since this is a knitting blog, and Where is Carl is definitely not about knitting, I thought it might be fun to pull together a collection of zombie-inspired knits. Because let’s face it: if I ever find myself in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, I’m totally raiding the abandoned yarn stores. I’ll make my way in a post-apocalyptic world trading socks and hats for food and guns. Besides, you can always use a sturdy large gauge knitting needle to stab a walker through the eye.
I made this drop stitch scarf awhile back when I first discovered the Zombie BBQ colorway by Lorna’s Laces:
It is still one of my favorite projects that I’ve ever made. There’s a matching hat and a set of fingerless gloves, but they’re nowhere near as fantastic as the scarf.
Here are some other great zombie and post-apocalypse projects that were made by other folks: