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Thursday, July 23, 2009

What's in Your Bag?

I'm on day 2 of a 4-day trip. Currently, at the Marriott Airport in Greensboro, S.C.

In addition to my rollerboard and flight bag, I carry my disorganized knitting bag. Many of my fellow crewmembers wouldn't recognize me without my (life-support) knitting bag.

This week, my knitting bag has a wad of patterns: Janet's Waist coat pattern in size M, Stackable Cats, Pile Up Pups, 2 hat patterns (that I'll somehow combine to really throw everyone off), a Noro 10 stitch blanket pattern, a man's scarf pattern and a handful of patterns that Mary Philippe shared with me for possible knit-a-long/classes.

The yarns crammed into knitting bag include 3 skeins of Noro Kureyon (2 for a scarf) and one for a "Fake Isle" Hat. A skein of Brown Sheep Worsted (for "Fake Isle" Hat), a bagful of stash yarn for Stackable Cats, 2 balls of Cascade Lana D'Oro for Shopowners Waistcoat-Size M.

Also included in bag are an assortment of needles. Some circs, some dps and some random assortment of mismatched straights. I really need to organize this mess.

I'm stalled on my hats because I don't have the right size double points. I'm missing the Chart III for Shopowners waistcoat jacket-Size M-so I can't work on that---maybe I'll see if pattern is on-line-I seem to remember some errata. So...It's off to work on Stackable Cats.

See you soon.

2 comments:

  1. The note above was just a test while our friend Steve was here setting up my new laptop.....good grief girlfriend....how can you possibly carry all that? There must be some kind of program that could help you with your addiction!

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