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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?'

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Hurray!

My Ravelry Scarf Exchange Scarf is done and will be mailed tomorrow!

[It’s my favorite feather & fan on US6s with ArtYarns Regal Silk. Really lovely yarn, nice and drapey scarf.]

I started the vest for my stepfather (can I finish it in 10 days? We’ll see!).

I have a four day weekend!

I’m going to begin working on Lindsey & Ben’s wedding quilt tomorrow!

I’ve begun working on my non-knitting holiday presents too – there’s a very large pot filled with vodka, sugar, and coffee sitting in a cabinet under my kitchen counter! Dan and I are making home-made coffee liqueur for holiday gifts this year. I have some vanilla beans and bottles and labels coming, but for now? My giant soup pot is full of liquor.

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4 Responses

  1. I love the way you packaged it. Very lovely. I love the look of feather and fan, myself.

  2. What a lovely label!! Wedding quilt! YAY! I have to start your Christmas present, but it’s hard because it’s unbloggable. Hrmm…

  3. Love the look and packaging of the scarf; very nicer touch!

    The presents sound fun to make! Can’t waiot to see that all packaged up too.

  4. Gorgeous scarf! Homemade hooch sounds intriguing – please photoblog the likker.

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