Saturday, December 04, 2004


5 days left

So last night, when I mean to be working into the night- what do I do? Bf and I made cookies - and while they were baking I knit. The first sleeve of the big Mexiko jacket. Fortunately for a work standpoint, I only got 4 inches into it, since I couldn't find my size 6mm circulars. I actually don't think I have any, so this necessitates a drive over to Erica's or one of the craft super stores (Erica's is lovely, but I'm on a student budget)

Anyway, a picture of the patterning will get put up a bit later- I'm not sure how it's going to turn out- I think the colorway is different than the magazine's jacket. Mildly frustrating, but not the end of the world. Anyone have any advice on how to work with the Mexiko patterned yarn?

Funny thing- my boss at the athletic center asked me what my study habits were, and I answered pretty much 7 or 8 in the morning until 10 at night. I haven't been that good the last couple days. :( let's face it, I'd rather be knitting

one last thing- the Yarn Harlot has written a book (yay) it doesn't come out until March, but head on over there and take a little peek!
Alrighty- back to work. really.

Kristine, thanks for saying hi!

Look, 1L exams are super important and you know that. But hard? IMHO, organic chemistry is hard. 1L exams reward those who (1) keep their wits about them, (2) are prepared and (3) are creative.

Sweetie, NO MORE KNITTING. Figure out the most productive use of limited time, then ruthlessly execute.

I envy you that you once had a double loop. I crashed out on the axel and never made it further. Defintely skate if you can afford it.

Good luck and go get 'em!
You know, besides the fact that kniting is for Dorks, an unpopular comment around here I know, I must say that given what you must be paying to go to law school you should be paying more attention!!!! BTW- You're hot, we definately want more pictures of you wearing knitting attire.
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