16 February 2006 

Knitting Goddess
You appear to be a Knitting Goddess.
You are constantly giving and are unconcerned with

reward, you simply want others to love

knitting as much as you do. If someone wants

to knit miles of novelty yarns, you are there

for them. If someone wants to learn short row

shaping, you can help. There are no taboos in

knitting, only opportunities to grow.

Everyone should have friend like you around

if they want to learn to knit, and there's a

good chance that your passion has rubbed off

on a few others.

What Kind of Knitter Are You?
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And, for the record, I found the other #10! It was on the other side of the room. I think they walk around at night.

14 February 2006 

Knitting Olympics update

Insane weekend, what with spending most of Saturday at a Buddhist monastery in Indiana. Anyway, my Knitting Olympics project is well underway. I changed my project at the last minute, due to not yet having the yarn I needed...instead, I am making socks with some TLC Wiggles yarn. Hopefully all goes well, and perhaps I can get the first one finished by the end of the week, before end-of-quarter at school gets too intense...

05 February 2006 

And while I'm here...

The latest adventure in polymer clay.


Things I found when looking for my other #10 needle

Eyeliner I do not recall buying
A pack of Claritin
Two forks
A full skein of yarn*
Hello Kitty lip gloss
Empty beer bottles with cool import labels I'd meant to remove and save
A calculator
The booklet for Knights of the Old Republic
A tealight candle
A utility knife
Fox Mulder action figures (2; no clue where the corresponding Scullies are)
Lots of empty CD cases
Silver acrylic paint
Five (!) lipsticks (which I never wear)
Wizard and Glass by Stephen King
A paintbrush
Black nail polish
A rubber duckie

No #10. The other one isn't lonely, though. It's sitting in my pencil basket.

*Inexplicably, under my mattress. I'd been looking for it once in a while to make a scarf for my mother. Beautiful robin's egg blue. The downside? Too bulky for anything but the 10's.