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Monday, April 04, 2005

It goes on and on and on...

Finally finished Navajo plying my Easter Egg sock yarn. I couldn't figure out why it was taking so long to ply, then I wound it off on the niddy noddy...there are almost 200 yards in each skein! I guess that means I spun around 12oo yards of this silly stuff. No wonder it just kept going on and on! I didn't get too much knitting done this weekend. It was pouring rain all weekend and I just couldn't really get into a project. I guess I just had a short attention span. I mostly read, but it was still a great weekend. Mickael had the weekend off so we just sat around with Caleb like a family of slugs, sometimes its important to be a slug though, you know? I did join some blog rings (I'm still in queue for one of them) which you can see on my sidebar and I thought I'd put up a Terror Alert button as a public service (and the Sesame Street guys just cracked me up). The sun is shining today and the trees are starting to bloom so it feels like Spring is really here finally. I'm going to go open up some windows and enjoy it. Hope it comes to your neighborhood soon, if its not there already!


Blogger splatgirl said...

That yarn is gorgeous! I can't wait to see something knit with it

(your friendly knitting blog webring neighbor)

7:12 PM  
Blogger ~drew emborsky~ said...

This yarn is incredible! Really great stuff!!

10:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gorgeous!! but where are the blue and green?
Caleb's grandmother

10:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful!!!! What are you going to make?????

7:43 AM  

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