|Closeup of the vest.|
You’ve probably heard this one before, but here’s a joke for ya.
A woman sped past a police officer in her car. The officer immediately went off in pursuit. Driving up next to the woman’s car, he noticed she was knitting while driving! And not paying attention to the flashing police lights behind her. In an effort to get her to stop and, of course, give her a speeding ticket, he got out his bullhorn and said “Ma’am, pull over!”
“No, it’s a scarf,” she replied.
(You may groan if you’d like.)
|Yes, that is a TARDIS t-shirt.|
|Free is always good.|
|The insanity outside The Black Rose|
|Yeah, we’re chillin’.|
Now, I must say that two of our guildies were not able to join us until later on Saturday. Poor Kris ate some bad seafood and got quite sick. Jason, another guildie and her boyfriend, stayed with her and took good care of her. They did meet up with us later, but we missed them during the rest of the day!
|Carol, Sam, Me, Andy Front: Chris and Len|
This is just what happened in a nutshell. Enjoy my whirlwind post and the pictures. See more here if you are interested.
|Kris and Jason|
I love yard sale yarn. People bring it to me all the time. My boss gave me a bunch she found at a yard sale. My friend Bruce gave me a ton of it for my birthday. My coworker brought some that didn’t sell at her yard sale. I gladly take it off their hands.
The quality? Mostly acrylic. Red Heart type stuff, but it’s great for charity knitting and when I want something that is going to take a beating. I have made pretty neat stuff from the yarn people have given me.
So, to all who have given me that yarn, I say thank you. Please, if you come across more, you know someone who will take it!
Yay! I was published in So Crafty! Check out my article reviewing a great knitting book. I encourage you to take a look at the web site itself and to support it, as it s a growing online magazine.