Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Once again I am persona non camera

(I probably just told you I eat raisins by the light of the moon, but after reading my last post, you will know that retention of language has ceased to be my forte.) When I find that @#$% camera that has gone missing AGAIN (where is my gingko biloba?), I will post pictures of the great yarn that Anne sent me. Thanks Anne! And the super cool D-backs merch that I won in Andi and baby (CUTE!) Kendra's contest. And Mama-E's rockin' fall socks club yarn. Pictures cannot do it justice. I want to eat it--it's that beautiful. Oh, and I can't forget, Blogless MJ (now not so blogless--but love the name), shared her mango shawl with me.
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The only caveat is that I finish it. It's so beautiful. I hope I don't disappoint you MJ! Check out her blog; she's a knitting wonder--with Koigu no less! And I haven't forgotten my September ColorSwap package. I promise Valerie! I'm assembling it today and will post by the weekend. Oh, and while I'm at it, check out her totally awesome SOCK YARN STORE!!!!! Shop 'til you drop, knitters. She has Fleece Artist. And she has Regia Bamboo on sale. 'Nuff said. And you too, Chocolate Swap partner Marion from Estonia (how cool is that?). She is the most amazing knitter--knitting her friend a dress without a pattern. Wow. What's Estonian for "you rock"? Oh, wait, don't tell me because I'll forget. But tell my 2.3 readers--they would like to be able to drop Estonian words casually into conversation. And to answer a question posed awhile back by the anonymous S.N. "What is a Chibi?" Ah, the knitting jargon. I asked the same question not too long ago. The answer dear S.N. is this: "The Chibi is a jumbo darning needle set. It has a easy to handle case with a screw on cap and comes with two jumbo sized needles (other silver needles shown are DMC tapestry needles). The case keeps needles safe by helping to prevent accidents and misplacement.". Props to Merribee for the def.
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Anonymous Kathy said...

MJ is a wonderful knitter. I'm so glad the mango shawl found a good home. It's gorgeous, but was causing MJ a lot of angst.

You have a pink Chibi! I'm so jealous!

9/27/2006 11:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Ellen said...

Love the pink Chibi.

And Regia Bamboo on sale? This is very, very good news...

9/27/2006 11:43:00 AM  
Anonymous Valerie said...

Thank you for the linkage! Much appreciated! : )

9/27/2006 12:38:00 PM  
Blogger vardakeerutaja said...

Estonian language lesson #1.
you rock - kõva sõna (i can almost hear questions about õ, here in Tallinn. but i really don't know how to explain how it sounds. you don't have anything alike in use just o!)

And i'm glad to see you mention my next, october-birthday-swap, swap partner, Mama-E ,in your blog.Even blogland can be small!

9/27/2006 01:05:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like you have more than 2.3 readers!

9/27/2006 01:53:00 PM  
Blogger limedragon :-: Harriet said...

Aaah! This post needed a warning: Another sockyarn store to add to my bookmarks!! : )

9/29/2006 09:41:00 AM  
Blogger MJ said...

Thank you for the kind words! Glad you are enjoying the shawl! Hope your camera comes out of hiding soon!

9/29/2006 03:20:00 PM  

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