Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Made it at last

Hello everyone, have at last worked out how this blog works, well only well enough to post my first message. Seems an age since I heard from you all. Looks like you have all been very busy with fibery things. I have been sorting out all my unfinished projects and trying to get them done!
Julia

circular needles

This post is for Razberry who commented that she is looking for instructions on knitting socks with 2 circular needles. The technique was published by Cat Bordhi in her book Socks Soar on Two Circular Needles. Here is a link to amazon so you can see and buy her book. She is self published and has other titles too. I'm all for supporting the work of knitting authors . Happy Knitting.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Thanksgiving

Hello all. Looks like no one is doing any posting any more. Well here I am again.
Went to SAFF and had a great time in spite of the rain. Saw Caroline and her hubby and Mary Anne who put up a booth. Didn't get to talk to Mary Anne as she was busy. I picked up a pair of hand carders, a yarn meter, and several kinds of roving.
I was looking around and Paul, who is a good sport usually, said, "Tkhis is the third time we have been around. Haven't you seen it all yet?" Of course I hadn't, but I took pity on him and we didn't stay much longer.
I am doing a lot of spinning lately, but I do feel a "dye day" coming on.
The babies are all thriving and growing. Zachary weighs 16 pounds now and Thomas weighs 12. They are five nomths old now and laugh out loud and giggle and coo. Being a Granny is the best!
Y'all get you fingers limbered up and post again. I miss ya.
Have a great and wonderful Thanksgiving. See ya.
Pam

Friday, November 03, 2006

Hey Pam

I finally answered you! Hope SAFF was wonderful!