Right and wrong don't apply to knitting patterns.
You drop stitches or you don't, that's all.
Amy Witting, "Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop".
LOL But isn't it lovely to see that people notice and have some admiration!Yes things are going well here,I have soooo much work but I will do my Blog this weekend and explain!
Welcome back darls, and what a return! Dramas you may have had a-plenty but apparently you chanelled the adrenaline well. This weekend at new house; should probably get to know new landlady. Let me know if you'd like to catch up on a Tuesday night, though...Love the kerchief and the mobius.
LOL! that's just awesome :) are you going to knit them some sushi? theres a pattern on magknits :p
LOL indeed! They have been trained well. Now you just need to start giving them needles and yarn for 'encouragement awards' and you're well on the way to a totally knitting workplace (TKW).
And of course - you could knit some sushi rolls!
LOL, too funny.
I am so glad I am not the only one that buys yarn at the drop of a hat oh and knitting pattern books :)
muahaha! You know all that acrylic you go on about? You could start randomly hiding it around the office for your co-workers to find- in the tea spoon section of the cuttlery draw maybe, or right behind the milk in the fridge, or nestle one or two in the bickie jar... I'll bet another kind of 'yarn-crazy' will develop in your office :)
At last count I had five bags of WIP around the place. When I need a shopping bag I have to empty one out!Cheers Gillian
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