Jun 30th, 2007 other

I am 75% Addicted to Coffee And to think I remember the days when I had quit caffeine altogether… in school no less! Maybe I should work on my addiction percentage. But it’s soooo good….

luscious linen

Jun 29th, 2007 yarn p8rn fridays

These few weeks have been full of great news for me. Most notably, Rob has moved in with me, and we get to share our lives and our time and everythink like that, and everyone’s family’s are happy about that. We also get to share our camera, which he had been using for school, which means I don’t have to use a broken one anymore….

cloth complete

Jun 25th, 2007 knitting

It didn’t take me long to get my hands on the Maggi’s Linen and some needles. I was inspired by the texture of the yarn, dynamic and dimensional, to knit a washcloth pattern based on textural interest, the Lacy Mock Cable Cloth. I love the “faux” cable design, it was much more relaxing to knit than actual cables with their extra needle. Like many great…

loopy lamb & lovely linen

Jun 24th, 2007 knitting, other, pets

  Why, you ask, does this little sheep look so confused? Maybe her head is spinning from being bounced around the USPS system. More likely an identity crisis from working as an undercover, secret pal sheep in a supposedly no-sheep swap! Yes, I’ve received a delightful present from my secret pal, who apparently couldn’t resist the adorableness of this little critter, or else just wanted…


Jun 20th, 2007 books, knitting

To use up the rest of the Main Line yarn, I knit another of Smariek‘s cloth patterns, in this low-maintenance embossed twin-leaf lace pattern. I really like embossed leaves for knitting patterns! I’m thinking of doing the socks from knitty, and designing some worsted leaf-theme socks out of some very camouflagey Malabrigo that I’ve got stashed. Not to be deterred by fears of embossed-leaf overkill,…