It must be true because my friend Geane says so!
For here are yesterday’s gifts, from Geane:
Is this a great t-shirt or what?
Cute slipper sox with little sheep on them! And just right for when Kate’s Fuzzy Feet are a bit too warm. Now I have absolutely no excuse for walking around with bare feet and whining that my feet are cold.
Not that I ever do that . . .
Thank you Geane! For those of you who don’t know her, Geane is one of my knitting friends I actually know in person. Okay, she’s pretty much my only knitting friend I actually know in person. I wish she lived closer to me! Follow the link above to visit her website and admire her wonderful knitting. Here’s a photo of some of her FOs:
Her two adorable sons wearing their Dale of Norway Jubileum sweaters.
And if that weren’t enough . . .
Lookie what I got in the afternoon!
This handspun angora was spun by Caroline, whose blog Fiber Arts and Furry Critters is one of my daily reads. This yarn is to die for! I’ve been fondling it since receiving it and can barely stand to put it down!
Geane and Caroline . . . thank you!!
Hey Teresa! Lookie what came in the mail today!
Still on the Oregon Trail
I really am almost done with the ribbing. Honest. Izzy can’t believe how long it’s taking me.
I finally got my copy of the spring issue of Interweave Knits yesterday, so I was able to see the article on knitbloggers in print. Finally! I did see the article before it was submitted, but it was fun seeing it there in black and white. Page 6 at the bottom of the page, in case you haven’t seen it . . .
Happy Birthday, Dave!
Today is my older brother’s birthday. He is *cough, cough* years old. Here’s a photo of us taken a couple of years ago.
FYI, in the photo I am wearing Inishmaan (I think the only time I’ve ever worn it) and Dave is wearing the blue shaker stitch sweater I knitted for him out of Plymouth Encore worsted.
Now tell me, ain’t we the cutest thangs you ever done seen?