Sunday, March 04, 2007

How Do You Spell Tired?

Just trying to get one more entry in for La's contest, So here's DeFeet.





Loads of fun getting Dolly to stand still while she's begging for a treat.

I'm so tired, I can barely post. I've been cleaning all weekend. Even got in some knitting and crocheting while basking in the fun of a new channel on satellite TV. Chiller is here!


This is what happens when you don't pay attention to your winding.



14 comments:

Nora said...

I'm trying to photograph Sheeba's little feet also!

Roseann said...

I haven't quite had that ballwinder experience, but I have had the ball go flying off the winder, that is not pretty. I like the royal blue color of you yarn and look forward to seeing what it will become!

Robin said...

I've DEFINITELY done the same thing with the ballwinder - sometimes I am pretty impatient with it and start going to town on it, then have to unwind anyway as it turns out like that.

Sorry to hear you're exhausted, maybe you can go to bed a little early tonight to catch up on sleep!

Bridget said...

I don't have a ball winder at home, but I've done that when I'm helping a customer at Rosie's. They will be talking away to me, and instead of watching what I'm doing ... well, you get the pictures.

Cute feet!

Carrie said...

AHHH! The ballwinder - too funny! =) Thanks for your comment. You got pinched in school? Did you attend a school in a small town in Michigan? Just curious!

Rebekah said...

Oh what cute feet! I didn't even know there was a contest involved with the feet thing.

Kim in Oregon said...

Been there with the ballwinder. Dolly's feet look like Shasta's feet!

Yarn Mafia said...

That actually looks pretty cute like that on the ball winder (almost artsy). But it is pretty yarn. What is it?

Sonya said...

I just had a ballwinder episode like that last night! I hate that.

kaoticorchid said...

It's ballwinder deco, akin to the art deco period!

Kristy said...

Oh, dear. Ball winders certainly make things easier in theory :) Maybe not so much when you're tired!

Debi said...

I love those tufted kitty feet!!

I hate my ballwinder, I only use it when I have to for ginormous skeins...I'd much rather use a nostepine!

ann said...

a ball winding nightmare! mine usually involve the swift more than the winder.

barbp said...

Oh I finally caught up with you. You've been up to so much and looks like you've been having a lot of fun. I got a giggle out of your winding when not paying attention! If that was you dancing with the handsome man you looked like you were having such fun.

Love the little feet. Rest up now and happy knitting.