Monday, December 18, 2006

FOB #7: What knitterly items would you most like to receive this holiday?

Yay Ann!! Good list idea! Hmmm...7 knitterly things I would most like to get my hands on...and keep out of Eli's grubby little mits :)

7) A swift....oh, how I would love a swift :) I have the ball winder and I think Jack is getting tired of holding the yarn for me :)

6) The pattern that I'm still debating far, 1 vote for short sleeves and 1 for long, so methinks I'll be making them both *grin*... that is, when I grow another pair of hands and my fantasy nanny finally shows up for work :)

5) I also would looove to make a pair of these funkilicious little clogs...I would look just fabulous dancing around the house in these, wearing only these- woo-hoo!! Sorry, TMI...

4) This mudflap girl t-shirt, because she is just so darn adorable and I'm tacky enough to wear it.

3) Some unspun Icelandic wool, because I am just dying to make the Feather and Fan Triangle shawl from the Folk Shawls book.

2) The book Knitting on the Road by Nancy Bush.

1) Some Socks That Rock Yarn. I love this spoingy, spoungey stuff :)

Ahhh....that was fun:)


At 1:53 PM, Blogger Knatty Knitter said...

Brooke, how you put up with my moaning I will never know but thanks, you made me feel better. I'm shaking myself out of it. Still feel a bit icky but atleast I know in my head it doesn't matter in the grand scheme. It's great to be back on the blogging wagon :) Had been missing you guys a lot and after leaving you that huge comment on the number 9 blog, didnt I find that exact fact on Wikipedia, I was so pleased! OK well have an exam in an hour so much dash...later gator


p.s. sorry meant to ask, have been trying to find out but do you know can you bring knitting on planes anymore, used to be able but dont know about now. I have a huge layover and would love to knit the hours away but not sure. thanks!

At 6:36 PM, Blogger Ann said...

Oh for a swift and ball winder!
How could I have left them out of my list?
I had not seen those clogs before. THey are cute! I also liek the idea of the unspun icelandic wool. That would be cool.
KNitting on the Road is a good one. I, luckily, found it at a used book store. There are many patterns in there I want to try out.
I've got to try the socks that rock yarn. Everyone speaks (blogs) so highly of it. THat should be on my list too.

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