Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Episode 76 is Live!

The Eliina is finished, except for blocking!

Look! Ellina only needs blocking!

Add yourself to our CogKNITive Listeners Map!

What's On My Hook/Needles/Spindle: Eliina is actually done, sans blocking. I am still creeping along on my bamboo-blend socks and my latest Toddler Socks.

Mother Bear And Stitches West Info:
Post a picture of your bear right here as a comment or here at Ravelry.

The FRIDAY CogKNITive lunch meet-up will be at NOON at the tables near the Concessions area behind the 900's section on the Market floor. Come hang out with us!

The CogKNITIve Meet-up at STITCHES WEST will be at 3 PM on Saturday at Booth 111--the Mother Bear Project booth.
Bring your bear to turn in OR
bring old yarn or needles or hooks to donate OR
bring $5. for the pattern OR
bring $10 to sponsor someone else's bear and have your name put on it.

If nothing else, bring nothing, pay nothing, get love from Dr Gemma for even showing up, and take a brochure to give to your local knitting group to inspire them to make bears.

Just COME! Bring YOURSELF and get a warm hug!

Dizzy Blonde: I'm done the burgundy 2-ply--about 260 yards of sport weight, done 1 bobbin of the turquoise merino from Freckle Face Fibers on Etsy, and starting the random greens from Dyeing for Colour on Etsy. Praise for Start Spinning by Maggie Casey.

Strategy: Dress for the respect you want.

Something I Really Like: The County Library--a treasure soon to be in my own back yard.

Blather: Info on Stitches West, Mother Bear, and the 2010 CogKNITive Fiber Retreat. Nothing new on the job this week, and that's a good thing.

1 comment:

Jaimie Smith said...

Huge fan of the show-I teach and have an educational background in psych, love chocolate, so there's no part I fast forward. I didn't make a Mother Bear, too many people having babies right now, but that sort of thing is near and dear to me-I send bears to Africa and other missions projects every so often. I'm in MD, so give a shout out if you're going to MD sheep and Wool.