Friday, April 28, 2006


This is Wooly Bully... talk amongst yourselves.

Monday, April 24, 2006


I'm scheduling a hiatus

Sorry everyone, there's a lot of stuff going on right now, so I'll be taking a break. I may post a few pictures of knitting that I've done, but no promises.
See you all in May


Sunday, April 16, 2006


And finally- this cute little sheep was a present from the boyfriend's mom... Isn't he just the cutest thing you ever saw? It kinda makes me wish I wasn't allergic to everything and could raise sheep. so cute. Happy Easter everyone! (And thanks again J)


oops- before I forget, here's the update on my work shell. I'm sort of winging the sleeves, and not taking notes, because the shape of the back is not anything like the front. Wish me luck :)


Here's the cast-on... but the color is all wrong- it's really a spring green, not minty.


I gave up the unending in- between project for this. Ignore the crazy looking kid from the fifties and focus on the cute cardigan. I'm making it in the 1 year old size for my nephew in Switzerland. He's only 3 months old right now.... you might ask WHY am I starting this now? Well... I got the cutest picture in my email - my nephew wrapped in the baby blanket I made for him. MUST...KNIT... MORE!


Happy Easter! For today's celebration, I've decided to post my progress on a number of different projects that I've neglected to update you on....let's start with the familiar- you probably recognize this baby blanket from a few posts months back. It's my in-between project, the one I can only work on a few repeats at a time before I start cursing it's existence. You know what I mean. This time I made it through 2 1/2 repeats (hot pink section, white, hot pink, light pink, hot pink and white) And now I've started a new project.Oh unconstant heart!

Monday, April 10, 2006


it's been a while

Yesterday I went to the Sunday knitting guild... very fun! It was actually a smaller group than normal, which I really liked.

I haven't finished seaming the jacket yet... or worked on the lace sock lately. But I did bring the pink and white squiggly baby blanket. It's my in-between project, for when I am burnt out on other projects.

I have a little story though...
I was knitting in public. I can't remember where though, so that's a little strange- but it was probably at the law school in between classes or in another area. And this middle aged lady walked by me and said "that's a good thing to do with your hands" and just kept walking. It was a little amusing, since she didn't actually say it to me... just commented out loud and kept moving. I'm always surprised about how so many people have some comment.

Sunday, April 02, 2006


Knitting on TV- another sighting

AUGH! on Gray's Anatomy knitting made a big appearance- unfortunately, knitting is popular as a celibacy helper. Please.

more to come later... one of the commercials showed a whole roomful of interns knitting.

Saturday, April 01, 2006


New Look for ND

Notre Dame has decided to cover the golden dome during the winter months using a knit covering for several reasons. Initially the decision was made in order protect the gold flake from the elements. Additional benefits include a decrease in heating costs, new merchandising oppourtunities for the ND Bookstore (complete with matching scarf and mittens upon request). Matching robe for Mary will be unveiled during Graduation in May 2006.

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