Brain = Mush

…I owe you some pictures, though.

First, the mouse that I…uh…took to class today.

Purple Mouse 

I am so eight years old.  I can’t help it, though.  And let me tell you, if I have ever had a class that required a freaking stuffed animal to make it through, it is this one.  Or perhaps it’s just because of the people *in* this class…

I swear that I’ve been knitting.  Spinning too, much to the delight of some and probably the mortification of others.


Emily had quite a bit to say to me about my blatant lack of post-age lately.  Then she ruffled about a bit, and agreed to let me take a (somewhat blurry) picture.  That is Moom‘s shawl, which only needs an edging and blocking…

Also shown is the second YH sock.  It is past the heel.  I am a laazy knitter. Those have so not been touched for the last month. Also, in a moment of complete and utter distraction, I managed to make the same heel-turning mistake that I had to fix for Moom twice.

I’ll post some interesting things about classes later.  =D   Promise.
Time to check the laundry…

6 Responses to “Brain = Mush”

  1. froogy Says:

    I love Purple Mouse. grok grok grok

  2. Amanda Says:

    I finally finished my YH socks this week. they’re so pretty!!! i’m almost done with grandma’s socks, and i’ve got the second of both north carolina yarns started…. i’m holding off on starting anything. it’s not easy.
    what was your message all about? i have no idea what you’re talking about, and no i have not receaved any packages…
    love you

  3. Sneak Says:

    what class?

  4. Pooh Says:

    But what if Brain = MESH? Check out this web-site: ! They are knitting house fronts. Also check out the magazine “Dwell”, Oct. 2006 issue, which has an article, or at least a picture of the same project. I was at a quilt show that covered 14 blocks of St. Charles, MO two weeks ago. We were in an artist’s storefront studio and he showed me this article when I mentioned knitting. He also had a quilt which he was selling for $1900 (!) and a piano cover he had made which was priced at $100,000 (!!!) It was gorgeous – very Art Nouveau and/or Gaudi. It had been exhibited in the Smithsonian. His name was George Denninger. Haven’t checked out if he has a web site or not.

  5. Amanda Says:

    why are you not on-line? i haven’t talked to you in forever! GAH!

  6. froogy Says:

    grok grok. It’s borin’ over here. What’reya doin’? grok grok. Want me t’ come over there ‘n’ schlurp some o’ those groupers? grok grok

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