with a belly half full. . .

January 26, 2011

. . .i write this post.
while my last post gave some people the impression that i hate crochet,
i’m glad most of you realized i was just joshing.
misa got it in one:

“Hmm, let’s see, crochet=Sandy and knitting=Rizzo.”

thanks for helping bring some levity to the silly knitting/crochet “feud”.
let’s be honest; if really hated crochet,
would i be participating in helloyarn’s potholder swap? i think not! .
pattern: lucy of attic24’s hexagon how-to
yarn: ty-dy cotton

i think it’s going to be a blast so you should do it too.
let’s show those crocheters that we love them!
(at least until april 15th)

in other yarny related news,
my new favorite person, jenn,
made me these gorgeous socks!
(yes, my love can be bought)
we work together on sundays,
and the laughter has increased tenfold.

between these beauties and the socksms. lisa b made for me,
i am officially hooked. i love handmade socks.
but i still don’t love knitting them.

i can see this is going to be a problem.

6 Responses to “with a belly half full. . .”

  1. Kimberly Says:

    Just from that statement I wonder how many pairs of socks you will get in the mail now..lol

  2. 2muchfun Says:

    OMB! Those socks are wonderful. I love that pattern. They certainly must have been made for me. How could they not? I do knit socks for others sometimes. But I need to stop that. I want nothing but handknit socks to wear. That can’t happen if I’m covering other peoples feet, can it?

  3. Kimberly Says:

    but steven needs socks!

  4. Sarah Says:

    You know, if you have yarn that wants to be socks, I’d be happy to knit you some. Just sayin’…

  5. Jenn Says:

    I’m so glad you love them! 🙂

  6. Yvonne Says:

    ^she is envious.

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