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December 10, 2012


I think it's fine that you get into those knitting jags - it's a comfort zone and that's a good thing. Love Smith's new hat!

You have chosen well. All of those patterns are lovely!

Your knitting "ruts" are downright inspirational! Smith's new hat is perfect in every way. (And I'm with you on the wish for snow. Where has it gone???)

Is it a rut or is it a foray into hues? And, I noticed your stones are void of the white stuff. Happy Monday!!!!!!

We've had around a foot of snow since Saturday night. You can have it!

I can dig it! I definitely fall into ruts, become obsessed, whatever you'd like to call it!

I love Fortnight... looks like something Rusty would like, too. Hm.

I have a tendency towards those ruts too. That pattern looks really nice - I'm looking forward to seeing how it turns out.

That is one lovely rut to be in! I really wan to knit Burr...just to enable a little bit there.

As I'm now domiciled in SLC, I do not want snow for my own selfish reasons. I so think it's super pretty on the mountains, but under my feet is just scary! I think you'll win this little contest though. I think it's coming!

Doing my best here to wish really hard for more snow.

That hat looks very good - you do photograph things nicely! And the pattern seems like the sort of thing that my husband would wear. It is getting colder here too, but nothing like the sort of cold that you have to deal with. Just about freezing right now, actually....

On a roll! A good one!

I definitely do the same thing, sometimes I knit flat out, sometimes quilt, sometimes spin...... Same with what I knit, who I knit, etc.

I'd prefer not to call it a rut though. So negative. How about.....hmmmm......Ultra focus. Or Super-inspired! ;)

BTW-Your lovely card arrived today. It was the best part of a day that included a Patriots win! That's how much I think of you. mwah!

We call them phases, love. Like the moon. They come and go and hopefully leave us better off than when they found us. Yours are certainly treating you well. xo

Well, a BT-rut is not the worst place to be. Their patterns are great. Love the hat pattern.

The yarn looks lovely! I've made an EZ pattern which is similar (the Maltese Fisherman's Cap) and the ear-flaps and back-neck shaping is rather elegantly done and does indeed keep the wearer (me) that little bit warmer.

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