Its all true, the boogie girl is real, and you've found her. She knits, sews, spins, does pottery and writes it all down in this blog.
Tuesday, June 29, 2004
Hiding in the shadows.
Lurking in dark alleyways.
Never seen by daylight.
You'll be lucky if you even hear the deadly clacking of their needles.
Tick tick tick tick
Its the dangerous and crafty Shadow knitters!
Purling like a mofo
Meeting Anj and Sue this past weekend was awesome. To explain the above silliness, Anj brought me a gift of some shadow knitting info and husbeast started making up the story you see above. We all added a bit of our own embelishment. I'm still giggling. Maybe I need more sleep. We didn't get home until last night. I'm glad we were able to meet up with Anj and Sue. They have to be the 2 coolest and most fun people I have met in a long time.
Sorry Anj. I loved this pic too much not to post it. See the finished Poncho?
Aunt Judy and Uncle Wynn were awesome for putting up with the giggly 4 of us and feeding us. We got a tour of the Farm and even got an understanding of how a tractor makes ice cream. Go check out Herron Farms to see more of this stuff as I left my camera in the truck and was too lazy to go get it.
There is more to say about the weekend but in an effort to keep this post short so I can get to work, I'll save the synopsis of Sunday and Monday for tomorrow.
Thanks you for all the bra comments. I'd love to hear how they all come out. Thanks for everyone and the French translations of Pain. We live in an area with alot of French speaking individuals so I'm sure that is why it was on the bag. Even though I knew what it meant, it still tickled me. Actually Pain sandwich still tickles me. I prefer to ignore the transaltion and think of pain sandwiches. Don't mind me, I'll just be giggling over here in my corner.
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