Mar 29, 2007
Play With Me
Okay, now it's time to post some of the things I wanted to post yesterday. Today is for knitting booties. Heather is still sick, Kyran is getting sick, and Mr. Shad has work tonight. Oh, and I finally fixed my Haloscan HTML so that it is on my archive page as well as the main page. People who were viewing my page on Bloglines (I assume) linked directly to the archived post, and were still posting comments via Blogger. It was making me nuts. So, I went in this morning and fixed it. You can still see the comments people made via Blogger, but not the Haloscan comments. In the future there won't really be any to see. Trust me, if I could figure out how to display the Haloscan comments on the page, I would do that. Maybe I will, but today is not that day. It's rainy and crappy, and I really just want to have fun.
That brings us to today's game! It was supposed to be posted yesterday, but I forgot to close a stupid tag and Blogger ate my post (I swear...some days....), so today it is. The game is, "Sock Yarn Frenzy!". Alright, yesterday this game had a much lamer title. lol
SOCK YARN FRENZY
Now, the goal of the game is to help me figure out what to do with some of my sock yarn. I like to have patterns for things when I buy them. Except with sock yarn, which somehow just magically jumps into my virtual shopping cart all on its own.
First picture clockwise from top left: Ruby Sapphire in
's am kalten Polar, J. Knits
in Maryland, and STR
Lucy. Poison Nr. 5 and Rolling Stone both already have a purpose. The second picture was a gift from blogging buddy Ann-marie
), and is called Neopolitan. Instead of you all just randomly listing patterns (which by all means feel free to do), I will supply you with a list of patterns I want to do, but just haven't yet. Some are links to pictures since they are from a book, they are also in no particular order.
I think that's all for today. Back to booties, I'm hoping to finish the blue and white ones first, in time for the very last bit of ProjSpec's first triad.
Labels: life, procrastinating, socks, yarn