A very big thank you to everyone who answered my survey yesterday. Nope, it’s not a project for Knitty. I was interviewed recently by an individual who is considering starting a retail knitting business. I was asked similar questions to those I asked you. I wanted to know your ideas, too.
Izzy has graciously stepped aside to allow a couple of guest kitties to appear in today’s blog entry. Meet Koko:
These little sealpoint Siamese brothers belong to my parents. They will be seven years old next month. Aren’t they adorable?
I was away from my computer most of the day, as you probably noticed by my lack of participation on the tag-board. I went over and had lunch with my parents yesterday. Which brings me to today’s entry for:
Wendy’s Old Knitting Stuff
I knitted these gloves for my mother a number of years ago. They are from Alice Starmore’s Book of Fair Isle Knitting and are made from Jamieson & Smith jumperweight sheland wool. The book also has patterns for a matching tam and mittens. I also knitted those, and sent them to my aunt in Seattle.
Oh, I got my hair cut over the weekend, partly because Kate cut hers and I admire her and want to be like her. And partly because my layered cut had gotten straggly. Wanna see? Click here. Yeah, I have thick hair!
And I’ll close for now with a view from my window.