Monday, November 21, 2005

Champagne Wishes & Opal Dream(catcher)s

I can't believe it's Monday again already. The past few days have been a blur. We've been super busy with the kids. This being and "odd" year (meaning 2005) poor Dan and Darcie have to spend Thanksgiving with their asshole father. So we had our Thanksgiving last night at my parents. No turkey. Dan and Darcie are going to be burnt out on Turkey come Thursday so we decided to have ham. Then my father decided to have roast beef because he doesn't care much for ham. But Dan was all puckered up for ham. So we had both. We had stuffing, mashed potatoes, roasted potatoes, gravy, rolls and fruit salad. Yummy, yummy. (Oops...sorry to go Wiggles on you there.) It was so good. We came home from dinner last night and I just wanted to curl up in a ball on the couch and go to sleep. Instead of doing that though, I had to help Dan with a social studies report. Then Diane came over to show me her scarf. She's working on the Twisty Scarf and it's coming along nicely. She's also working on a pair of clogs and 2 other scarves. I think she's addicted.

I taught some magic loop sock classes over the weekend at Adirondack Yarns. Over all they went really well. Much better than the last clog class. One poor girl hadn't knit in quite some time and couldn't remember how to purl. She was going to come back on Sunday for help but she didn't. I hope she isn't so discouraged that she gives up. I'll have to check with Sue to see if she has her name and number.

If any of you are as addicted as I am to socks wait until you hear this news. My friend Nicole lives in Germany and has given me permission to give you all her email address as a source of Opal yarn. The new Dreamcatcher line is out over there and it's gorgeous. They're only $11 per ball and shipping isn't bad either. I've been patiently waiting for this new line for what feels like forever. I'm having Nicole send me all 8 balls and the shipping is only $10 for the whole package. If you're interested just let her know and be sure you tell her you heard about her here so you get lower pricing. The more she orders, the more she saves and then the more we save. I love the trickle down effect in this case!

2 comments:

toni said...

Hi Kerry,
The first adult clog i made has felted down some but not as much as I wanted it to .. i did not use the yarn you sent me for fear it would mess up i wanted to do a trial clog . lol.. so the trial clog is still big but fits very wide.. last night knitted up a small adult clog with the yarn you sent me and had my daughter felt it today and wala perfect fit love the way the colors go together when felted just beautiful will take a pic tonight when i get home and put up on my blog its only one clog lol I will have to knit up the second clog tonight to have her felt it tomorrow , got to tell you i tryed felting a small pair of clogs for one of the grandbabies well the colors was yellow and green well i boiled it lol guess what .. the colors bleed.. and now i have a all green clogs lol. and the same green and yellow set took to my daughters and the yellow stayed yellow i will also post the pic of them tonight .. at least you can see the one clog i got done with the yarn you sent me ..
Toni

Bronxie said...

Is magic loop really faster when making socks?

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