Sunday, March 30, 2008
iKnit. Sounds like new wave technology for knitters, when in fact, it doesn't get any slower than this. The Betties are knitting a Log Cabin blanket for a specified charity. I just don't remember which one it is at the moment. I just knit, I leave all the remembering to the girls.
iKnit my loggy part and will pass it on to the next logger. iMay see this again and anticipate the next log will take a bit longer to roll.
In other knitting news, iFinished my second Clapotis!
iKnit it with US size 8 needles and Peaches n Cream bought through their online store. Say it with me. Elmore Pissssssgahhhhhhh it's known in my circle that I love to say that and I usually giggle after I do. But really, iLive in Florida and need cotton. Where else are you going to get a $6 Clapotis?
Mods: Only one. For the straight rows iDid 6 repeats instead of 12. iJust wanted this a little shorter and got a 45" x 27" wrap with more than plenty of yarn to spare. i'llMake a tote bag out of the remainder because iLove the comfy blue color of this yarn.
The new job is going great, how lucky am I to be fed lunch every single working day of my life? And if that were not enough, my boss always says as she's leaving for the night, "Don't be late for quitting time!" A real culture shock iTell ya. I was getting used to coming home feeling less than zero, now it's a whole other sunshiny story. Even the old man has noticed a pleasant difference. Speaking of nice work environments, the girl who I'm replacing because she's having a baby, will get a couple of knitted gifts for her little one.
For starters, the Baby Bib O Love ala Mason-Dixon.
Other small knits to come. And maybe, another Clapotis.
Can you tell iShopped for a phone recently? No no no not the iPhone, just Kid M's 4th cell phone in 2 years. iEyed it though. Per itty cool stuff.