“Oh sure, it’s cool Mama knits, ’cause there’s all this yarn around the house, but man… why me?”
Actually, I didn’t knit that, it’s a teddy bear sweater from the craft store. I couldn’t resist putting it on him. He looks very distinguished, and fisherman-y. And grouchy. We took it off right after the photo.
Swiped from Kim, it’s 2006 month by month. Copy the first sentence that you posted in each month of 2006. The problem with some of my posts is that the lead-in is in the title, but you’re clever, you can figure it out:
â€¦all projects for the spinning book have now officially left the nest, to be nurtured by Interweave Press into fabulous book format!
My friend Xan and I designed a wedding dress with built-in iPod (controlled by touch-sensitive fabric buttons in the sleeve) for Seamless, a “computational couture” show this week at the Museum of Science in Boston.
As spotted on Flickr, via my Squidoo lens on handspinning: a yarn named Violet Beauregarde by tooknap press.
Marnie notes that our Knitty Gritty episode is now listed on the DIY site
“Knitting for Pleasure,” from Palomar III: Revenge of Palomar.
This is Gilesâ€¦
At last! Air dates for Uncommon Threads!
My Secret Pal has done it again!
Happy fourth birthday, Knitty!
My second-favorite four-letter-word right now, after ‘yarn.’
Greetings from Kansas City, which is sunny and dry and beautiful â€” a marked contrast to the drizzly hair nightmare weather I left behind in Cleveland.
â€¦is that you see all these bee-yooooo-tiful projects by other people, and then you want to make your own.