Friday, November 2, 2012

Episode 37 - Christmas Crazy!

Show Notes:

News and Notes -
  • Long episode where I am talking all about my crazy christmas knitting plans! 2 sweaters, 3 socks, two toys, one huge shawl….crazy!!
  • Thanks to Rowlesgirl for her gorgeous shawl for the CAC.
  • SOCK-TOBER!! I got three pairs of socks finished. Give away of yarn and buttons!
Finished Objects -
  • Mystery Rainbow pencil roving now a gorgeous single ply fingering yarn using the new woolly winder, 
  • sock hat for the CAC donations.
Works in Progress -
  • Sunday BBQ socks
  • Pink Sugarplums socks
  • Boatneck sweater
  • Swatches for knitting class homework
  • Rocky Coast Cardigan (Crazy Zombie Squirrel KAL/Sweater KAL)
  • Spectra
  • Frog/Turtle (SSK KAL)
Fitness - 
  • Weight-loss: lots of good food, and lots of walking at Rhinebeck. 
  • Gym since Rhinebeck, need to get knee checked on. 
  • Missed two WW meetings, I must attend meetings!! I am a food-addict!

5 comments:

  1. Hmmm, I think oatmeal, or similar, will go
    nicely with the green; but would that be cheating on the KAL? After all, the crazy is doing a sweater not knowing if there is enough yarn. (lol)

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    1. You make a great point...knitting on with out enough yarn - Crazy here I come!

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  2. Carolyn,
    Sure hope your dad is doing better. Sorry to hear he is ill.

    i just found your podcast, thanks to Dawn of Wolfe Farms.

    i will be working on some items to send to you for your charity.

    Take care!

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    1. You have to love Dawn!! And I am so glad you are enjoying the podcast!

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