Wednesday, 01 April 2009 15:20
I'm too lazy for an April Fools Linkfest. Links to sausages, or pineapples, or some other silly thing that makes people laugh.
So instead I have real links, nifty links to share with you today.
A different kind of ravelry.
Some crocheted granny squares for the hook fiends out there.
The Tsarina of Tsocks bumped into Franklin, who looks dashing in lace.
Littleton, MA yarn store review from the knitting examiner Boston.
In Cleveland, knitting is in style because of the eonomy.
I still think knitting can help the economy. Sign my pledge to teach someone how to knit/crochet/spin/cross stitch!
Wednesday, 01 April 2009 14:05
Ok, thanks to those people who have already signed the pledge. I need two more people. Honestly, I'd like to see 100 people sign the pledge to teach one person to do a fiber craft. But ten people will allow me to follow their progress and see whether the students continue their crafty pursuits.
I wanted to introduce you to my guinea pig student.
Here he is on vacation with me in Fiji.
I'm hoping to see this smile once I get knitting needles in his hands. You see, he's a little fidgety like me and used to smoke so I'm hoping that he finds knitting a worthy pursuit. Even if only to help justify my ridiculous yarn stash.
So, fellow pledges! Tell me who you're going to teach!
Oh, and as soon as I get my tenth pledge, I will draw a name out of a hat to win a fabulous yarn prize.