"I hate waiting."

As you might guess, I'm a bit impatient. I had hoped that picking up a pair of knitting needles would help me learn about the virtue of patience... but it seems I just want my projects to go along as quickly as possible.

Friday, June 09, 2006

lazy in the heat

although it has cooled down considerably today (only mid 80s!!), it has been HOT HOT HOT here in Denver. Mid to upper 90s for over a week, and my air conditioning is broken. No wonder why there hasn't been a lot of knitting going on here. Of course, it figures that as soon as I think to borrow a fan from a friend (Preggo), it cools down. C'est la vie.

it also makes me lazy to paw through my stash and take pics of my recently acquired stuff. This weekend, i'll drag out the camera and show some pics of new stash enhancement and a coupla pics of LYS in Northern CO (Fort Collins and Loveland).

I also need to show the finished pic of the baby placket sweater out of LMKG (OSK, to some of you), that I knit with Classic Worsted Long Print (by Universal yarns). I'm currently working on a shop sample, the baby bolero from One Skein, using a skein of yarn that was returned to the shop (same yarn, different colorway). It's a super fast and easy knit. I'm going to ape Stacey and pick up stitches and knit the sleeves down, instead of knitting them loose, then grafting them on. Who likes finishing?

Today, I'm at Colorful Yarns all day, then a knitting group in the evening. Tomorrow, I've got an estonian lace class with Nancy Bush (Wanda, Michelle, and Joanne are all taking it too! and none of us knows exactly what Estonian lace is... but it sure sounds purty!), then hopefully we can meet up with some others to Knit In Public!!

Oh! I wanted to do the Not Meme I saw on Jon's blog.
where have you been?

1) New Hampshire
2) Massachusetts
3) New Jersey
4) New York
5) Philadelphia
6) South Carolina
7) Bermuda
8) Florida
9) Louisiana
10) California
11) Nevada
12) Utah
13) Colorado
14) Michigan
15) Ohio
16) Illinois
17) Canada (Toronto, Quebec, and Montreal)
18) Italy (Venice, Milan, Sacile)
19) Slovenia (Llubljana)
20) Austria (Salzburg)
21) Hong Kong
22) China
23) Taiwan (yes, some would argue that these three should be the same as "china")
24) Hawaii (not a different country, but might as well be... if you ask me)

and I'll add this section

Where I'd Like to Go:
1) Africa (as soon as they invent a bubble I can travel in... Holy BUGS Batman!)
2) Scotland, Germany, France, Spain... er, the rest of Europe.
3) Westerner Europe (like Prague and Budapest)
4) back to China. I didn't see the Great Wall, which is like a cardinal sin for having BEEN to China.
5) Australia and New Zealand. I wanna see the Koalas and Kangaroos. This vacation may be another spot that is sponsored by the traveling bubble.
6) Alaska. Another bubble. The mosquitoes! but I want to see polar bears.
7) South America: Brazil and Peru.
8) India. Taj Mahal.


Anonymous Cordelia said...

Dude. Estonian Lace with Nancy Bush herself?

You are the luckiest ever.

6/9/06, 10:05 AM  
Blogger Wanda said...

Yeah, I'm looking forward to the class that I know nothing about! Should be interesting.

6/9/06, 10:48 AM  
Blogger Carrie K said...

Estonian Lace w/Nancy Bush sounds like an awesome start to the KIP day.

I hate the heat. Hope it stays cool for you! No a/c?

6/9/06, 10:53 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Oh, I can hardly wait to hear how the class was - sounds very educational!

Wow, you have been all over the place...

I did the same thing with the baby bolero re: the sleeves. And I'll be interested to see how many stitches you pick up on the front - I didn't need anywhere near as many as the pattern said.

6/9/06, 4:57 PM  
Blogger Jon said...

Um, am I the only one who noticed that Philadelphia is not a state? LOL

6/10/06, 7:25 AM  

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