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Sunday, April 20, 2008

A whole lota shakin'

I am such a bad blogger. So much has gone on since my last post. I keep on meaning to blog, but always find other things to do whenever I have the time. First, I went to see the Yarn Harlot in on April 9th Nashville. Totally rocked!
Here's me in the crowd (picture is from her website).


I finally finished my Pomatomus socks. They are totally worth the effort.

I am also working on two other pairs of socks. Anastasia in Creatively Dyed and some basics in Regia. Anastasia is the first sock I've done toe-


We had an earthquake in the region this weekend. (Hence, the title of this post.) Both the initial tremor (at 4:37 am) and the aftershock (at 10:15) woke me up. DH was working that night so I had to call him to confirm. There was lots of excitement on the news. They're still talking about it.

I started a swap on Ravelry this weekend. It's called the sock yarn swap from your stash. I know it's a long title, but I couldn't think of a witty name and this was the most descriptive. It filled up (actually overfilled) within 24 hours. And I though nobody would want to join.

The reason it overfilled was because I went antiquing with friends in Hazel, KY. It was Marra's birthday and that's what she wanted to do. It was A LOT of fun. I got some good finds.



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2 Comments:

At 8:37 PM, Anonymous MSbeckey said...

I love the toe up socks!I'll have to try some.

 
At 11:07 PM, Blogger jackie said...

you started that swap! great job! i thought of joining but i really don't have sock yarn i want to get rid of...yet. maybe this time next year! congrats on the swap group!

 

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