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November 19, 2012


Little Red

#YOKO? You Only Knit Once? (I mean, that only works if you take "once" to mean "nonstop from the time you learn until you die or lose your hands in a tragic accident." But no one said twitter tags had to make sense!)

Helen in Switzerland

Oh you did make me laugh this morning....love the sad trombone thing going on. Don't worry about your sister's leg warmers - doesn't she have a birthday coming up? OK leg warmers in July could be an iffy present, but then I'm guessing that whatever excuse you make up to give them to her, she's gonna love 'em!

Princess Di

Right back at cha. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Enjoy and Relax.


I vote you give those leg warmers to your sister anyway, just call it a "not-christmas" present. They're too beautiful to waste.

Cambria Washington

was she skate boarding home in the dark in a futile attempt to get back by curfew? No? Oh, that was *my* child? lol. Great cast color choice :)


I wish you would still post a good picture of your knitting fail since, from what I can see, it looks really pretty. I've been waiting to see this finished since you first showed your swatch.

Margo D.

Can the leg warmers turn into a cast warmer?


Leg warmer = cast cover....tho that's a pretty spiffy looking cast!!

Happy Thanksgiving to you and the family. :)


This sure was a funny post.


I'll post a picture of the pile of not-happy later. It's in the naughty seat right now.


Leg warmers are also the perfect Tuesday gift, so no harm, no foul.


Lol. Aren't you in a good mood? You're having a lot of fun and I don't know if it's because of knitting but whatever you're doing, you should keep doing-maybe it's all the things you're thankful for combined into one big bunch.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. God's richest blessings as you make new things and rework old designs. I hope you all try new things and have great adventures.


I hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful. I'm also happy to read a new entry from you. You almost always make me smile!

Seanna Lea

It is true. There are no regrets in knitting. It's just another hobby that gives us space to be creative and to build something that lasts in our hectic, corporate filled lives. That is awesome, but the only thing to regret is a life that never makes anything.

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