Drink not included.
Christy Bear didn't want to take it off. She bit me. Bad bear.
1. What type of yarn do you knit with most often? It varies-worsted cotton and cotton blends-wool blends.
2. Is there any type of yarn that you would love to try but haven't yet, such as bamboo, banana fiber (seriously they make it - although I've yet to see it in person). Yes! Linen
3. In your opinion what is a luxury yarn? Qiviut, but for all practicality, alpaca and linen are quite nice.
4. Is there any type of yarn or fiber content you dislike or would prefer not to receive? Not really
5. What type of garments do you most often knit? Hats, but only because they're going to those who need them. I plan to make tank tops and cardis this year-socks too.
6. What types of knitting books do you enjoy? Many-EZ, Barbara Walker, Mason-Dixon Knitting-books with lots of techniques and projects.
7. What is a color you like but rarely or never buy yourself? Browns and pinks.
8. If you were pregnant and had to name your baby a fiber, what would her/his name be? Baby Ull :) But really, the babe would be nameless cause momma would have had a heart attack upon getting such news.
9. Do you spin? No and only because I don't have that kind of time on my hands.
10. What is one fiber you've never spun? All of them.
11. If someone in your family or a best friend had to describe you in one word, what would it be? Complicated. Thanks honey.
12. Please tell us one odd thing about you. I don't like to leave the house much. I do though. Working full time and having 2 kids will force that.
13. What was your favorite cartoon when you were little. Tom and Jerry.
14. Do you have animals? If so, please name them and tell us a little about them.
Yes. Dolly the wonder dog and Linus the little old man cat. Both very sweet and loving family members.
15. And last but not least, if you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Oregon. We're very exotic people and we do have a plan.
I haven't fallen off the face of the planet, but frankly, I wish I had. Not now, but for the last two weeks I did. Nothing a Valium factory and tequila manufacturer couldn't handle. I really don't drink or do drugs, but this would have been a good time for it if I did.
The small hat factory continues to churn out hats for Kate and will be nearing its finish soon. A month goes by pretty quick these days, so here's a few.
I'll just take one group photo right before they're to ship to Kate in a couple of weeks. And for my January UFO Resurrection, I am deleting this:
Fingerless mitt started in Dec 06, in which I made a poor yarn substitution. The pattern was good, the yarn was good, just not together. My bad.
For February, I will pick up the Mary Poppins Scarf I started last year.
I'm surprised I don't have many UFOs. After the scarf is the Forest Canopy Shoulder Shawl and a Ribbon Tank. So there.
Next post, another list is born. Robin, I'll always play when you tag! Check this girl out only if you want some serious inspiration!