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    When was seventeen, I decided I wanted to learn how to knit. I looked up directions online, got really excited, and ran downstairs to find my mother and inform her of my plans.

    She looked at me, sighed, and said, 'Why can't you go out and get drunk, like a normal seventeen year old?'

    I'm still yarn obsessed.

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Small Update.

I’m a crazy person.  Even though I have a few knitting deadlines coming up (Dan’s Aran, which I started in April, is supposed to be done by Thanksgiving – his scarf, by Christmas. Not to mention the holiday knitting I have planned…), I decided I want to finish the Cascade Wave Sweater by Rhinebeck.  Do you think I can do it in three weeks?  I got the yarn yesterday, and am working on the first sleeve right now.

In other news, Lindsey sent me a wonderful yarn care package.  She picked out all of the yarns and roving as good “quick projects.”  And she picked well!

Lovely get well package from Lindsey!

There’s a skein of Noro Kureyon, 4 oz of a roving (I love the colors and never would have picked them myself!), and the wily skein in the back is Malabrigo Aquarella, a single ply thick and thin bulky yarn.

I’m a square!

 Also, I signed up for Rhinebeck Blogger Bingo (actually, Lindsey and I signed up as a square together.

I didn’t play last year because I was on a bit of a blog hiatus, but this year we’re going for both days, I’ll have my NJ Representin’ Ravelry button, and I am excited to meet other people who love yarn as much as I do!

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  1. […] wool Lindsey sent me in a care package in September. She sent me 2 two ounce bumps, but somehow in moving the balls of roving from my yarn basket to […]

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