This picture is a bit dated by now, but here’s an early shot of the second sock in the black Duet. I’ve already started turning the heel on it now. Yes, I know, I said last week that it would be done by Friday, but I got distracted. These things happen. Some other . . […]
Archive for March, 2006
I’ve got a lot of thoughts swirling around in my head today. I still haven’t sorted them out. Something happened this morning that is making me feel ashamed of myself. I expect I’ll be wrestling with this for a while. I was awakend this morning at about 6:00 by a sound. I didn’t know what […]
Costco is carrying the new iMacs with built-in cameras. They left one out in public where any geek with a portable USB device (which is . . . let’s see . . . EVERY geek) can use it to take pictures. Witness the geekness:
Any Scottish knitters (or just plain ol’ Scots) reading this? Please e-mail me at (( uzziel at gmail dot com )). I need some advice on planning a trip.
As I was working on the kilt hose for the Knitting Olympics, I fell in love with the Colonial rosewood needles I was using. They were springy and warm and had just the right degree of friction. The yarn slid smoothly over them but they were never in any danger of falling out of the […]
Decisions, decisions. I’m really happy with the whole kilt hose project. Seriously. I set out to challenge myself and I succeeded. I had a good enough grasp on where I’m at in this craft to know that the hose were the perfect 16-day project. And the finished objects were pretty decent looking. I wore them […]
Knitty readers probably already know this, but David Demchuk has a good article about being The Only Boy in a knitting group. For the record, I watched Bewitched because I though Endora Sam was hot, not because I wanted to hang out with the girls. I’m just sayin’. (Thanks for catching that, Kaetchen.)