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Tastes kinda like chicken

Posted on Oct 07, 2009. 6 comments

Business First:
My Mama Janes Class is coming up! For the low, low price of $55 you'll get my special tips and tricks, some one on one attention, enough yummy mochi plus yarn for a pair of Mama Janes, some visual aids for knitting the pattern, buttons, and if you're really lucky you'll see me trip over my own feet, knock over a few shelves of yarn or fall down. That's a bargain at twice the price. Class is October 17th from 1-3 pm. Hurry though, spots are filling up fast!
When I first saw Kraemer Mauch Chunky Roving in sample sizes I couldn't stop thinking about it. I literally laid in bed thinking about how I could spin the wool together in rainbow colors and chain ply it into submission. A few dollars and days later I'm halfway done.
4 0unces kraemer
Frankly I'm in awe that I made something so pretty. My original plan was to spin it all up and then ply but I have to know how it's going to end! So a plying I will go.
I've also been working on a super secret wedding knitting project for a friend. This photo is an outtake of the examples I showed the glowing bride to be. It was fun (and great cardio) pulling out my dress and shaking off 5 years of dust.
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But mainly looking at her gown made me want to get married all over again. Instead I'll most likely wear my cathedral length veil while doing house hold chores like chain plying and wedding knitting.
We have been getting ready for Halloween.
Maya Markerhands
Maya Markerhands modeling her costume. I was thinking of doing some sort of robot but really does it get much easier than this? It'd probably be cheaper to go ahead with the cardboard robot since these wonder markers cost more per ounce than qivut.
I've been getting ready for Halloween by doing my best Ozzy impression.
365_90 Channeling Ozzy
Little Bat was created for the October installment of Phat Fiber but mainly so I could take a self portrait of me biting the head off a (pretend) bat.
Little Bat Screenshot
Don't worry my tetanus shot is up to date and I'll be sure to wear my veil for all those (pretend) pesky rabies shots.
Pattern is available for FREE during the month of October here. Enjoy!

Comments

  • Posted by mindy on Oct 08, 2009

    Forgot to mention how incredibly marvelous that spinning is- wow!

  • Posted by stephanie on Oct 24, 2009

    that would be ossum if the head came off!

  • Posted by AlisonH on Oct 08, 2009

    Or, better yet, a phat bat chat.

  • Posted by mindy on Oct 08, 2009

    Ohhh, little bats. Must make. And sheesh, why didn’t I think of Marker-Hands before. Could’ve saved alot of grief…
    (leaves are still pressing- but even more impressive ones keep falling…)

  • Posted by Carrie K on Oct 07, 2009

    Oh, suuuuure it’s a pretend bat! lol. Wish I was close enough to take your class, I can attest to your fabulous teaching skills as I actually spun something under your tutelage.
    Doesn’t everyone do housework in a cathedral length veil? It’s a little tricky vacuuming.

  • Posted by AlisonH on Oct 08, 2009

    Oh, that’s priceless. And if you make two of them, Maya can have a phat bat spat play-fighting them. And markers per ounce vs qiviut? Only a knitter..!

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