That's correct...Clapotis has become my Charybdis. The Siren Song was just too loud, too constant and I had to succumb to its cry. The dropped stitches that should be ripples in the water have become the spirals in an eddy and I am
The Horstia MS as Susan said is PERFECT. Kate’s pattern is interesting to knit as you drop a stitch ON PURPOSE! Each time I see the dropped stitch out of the corner of my eye my heart skips a beat until I realize it's part of the design. And the joy of running the stitch down to create the 'ripple' effect...it's just mesmerizing, even addicting. Not to worry, Blaze isn't out of the dance...she just isn't getting my FULL attention. It's all good.
For the second day I'm enjoying the new Typepad features. Why not!? Adding color to the post is bringing a smile to my face just as the strike through did yesterday. It's a time of joy and I need to be
giddy silly to balance the hectic, hurried, harassed feeling that comes this time of year. It is that too crazy pace that usually puts me over the edge when it should be peaceful and joyful. I've decided to not go there! So...I'm not. It's time to enjoy, feel joy, feel at peace and do ONLY what can be done without stress. May you all find a way to get back to that feeling.
My copy (a free copy!) of Stitch ‘n Bitch Nation arrived in the mail from Workman Press. If you look on page 135 there is a tip by ME! Woohoo! When Debbie Stoller asked for tips or patterns I sent the tip that I learned years ago. You can also see our SNB SLC group on page 131! How cool is that?*
Let me introduce my sister, Neena. She just started a blog and has awesome pictures of Southern Utah. Plus, she's a great cook. You'll enjoy her recipes...the last one was really yummy!
*As per the Harlot’s disclaimer: Please buy the above book from your LYS rather than ordering from Amazon. Small independent companies need your support!