Here’s the picture of the completed Hippy Crunchy socks. I like how they look rather well. I decided to use only three pattern repeats, partly because of the time crunch. I needed to hurry up and finish them. I’m happy with the result, so I’m calling it a design decision, not cheating.
Have you ever misplaced a needle, only to find it in the laundry a few days later?
I’ve been busy! I finished the Flamingo socks and mailed them off, sans mutant Zebras. The person who will receive the Zebras has already returned to the Cities, so I will gift these separately. Pictures are forthcoming.
I took [...]
In more ways than one… I’ve neglected much of my holiday preparation except knitting. Today, I will have to start focusing on gift wrapping, addressing cards (late!) and helping Mom decorate the tree.
Chris mentioned that I was knitting a zoo. How very true. Another way to look at it is as a Noah’s Ark, [...]
… two very large tigers!
Today’s post title comes from a comment left by Guinifer last week. It’s a great word; I don’t think I have ever used it in an actual conversation. But it certainly applies here.
My yarn-buying binge did not stop at the 3 Kittens sale. Did you notice (perhaps with surprise) that I didn’t buy any [...]
I want to wish everyone Happy Holidays!! Have a wonderful time with your friends and family. :)
Saturday, I received my wonderful Knitters’ Coffee Swap package from Stephanie! I loved everything she sent!
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Remember my Yarn Diet? That went bye-bye the weekend after Thanksgiving. I simply could not resist the lure of the 3 Kittens NeedleArts’ sale after the news went around that the last of the sale yarns were now 75% off!
Here’s a PS for the recent post. I’m trying out* the ZenPhoto gallery, which some WordPress bloggers use. I love its clean interface and bulk uploading features. There’s a ZenPress plugin for WP that makes inserting images from the gallery fairly easy and painless.
Both appear to be relatively young in development; I think ZenPhoto has [...]
I wasn’t very project-monogamous in November. Instead of devoting myself to my gift socks like a good knitter, I took breaks with several quick projects. The first two I worked on were hats.