Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Here is the processed alpaca fiber from our Suri Alpaca girls, Summer and Jubilee!
Celebrating our listeners who have joined the CogKnitive 25 – , 50 –, and 75 – Bear Clubs for MBP. You can see who they all are right here. Great work!
Welcome Pmack17 and KnittyBarb to the 25 Bear Club! Congratulations and well done!
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What's On My Hook/Needles/Spindle:
Still in Progress:
My Hitchin' a Ride Shawl in crochet, keeping me company as I edit this episode. Slow, but very cuddly.
My Noro Kuryon vest. Still on time-out, but new yarn purchased for armholes--chocolate brown this time.
Traveling Woman --3rd repeat of Chart A is done. Nothing new on this one.
The Pivot Shawl by FickleKnitter (Michelle Miller)...At about 160 stitches wide.
The Holly Holiday Stocking for my twin. Working my way down the foot.
Annies Woolens--great for holiday knitting kits and patterns!
The wonderful alpaca fiber as shown at the top of this entry. Thanks, Suri Gurls!
BeeMiceElf fiber in SWM in a luscious dark cherry semi-solid is done.
Done the second braid of the BME SW Merino in Grapevine.
Started a 4 oz. bump of Lisa Souza SWM in colorway Agua Fresca.
Mindfulness 101: using the Worry Workbook as part of mindfulness.
Something I Really Like:
Cloud Atlas: a novel by David Mitchell. On Audible, on Kindle, and now a movie with Tom Hanks.
Put A Lid On It: Too hot!
CFR updates. Buy your pattern(s) for the Mother Bear bear-making class right here. PATTERNS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE CFR.
A wonderful birthday was had by all! Thanks to Jpeled for her gift and many warm thanks for all the good wishes from everyone!
Picking up alpaca fiber and spindling joy returns.
Life in the tent:
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