Friday, April 28, 2006

Check in!

Yum! Looks a lot like watermelon, doesn't it? I like this picture, it shows off the lace pretty well. The seeds are great, too. After putting them in randomly, I remembered that real watermelon is more orderly. Ooops. I'm not doing this over. Skacel merino lace is nearly thread, and I'd forgotten how careful I have to be with it. The yarn I'm using is color 100, dyed red, then undyed, then green. This is my own design, so I have no idea how large the end product will be. Fry has already claimed it

Here is what I've been working on besides newspapers and cleaning up after the cat. The watermelon, of course, then dye experiments, and finally, googly eyes. The yarn has been set aside for the ties, smiles, and teeth for the socks. Now, I just need to sit and do.

Hmm. Well, I WAS going to post something cool, like a quiz or some other nonsense. I couldn't get past the fact that most of the quizzes on Quizzilla were horribly spelled and punctuated. Bleh.

But, I did find something else, much more gramatically correct...


You scored 100% Beginner, 100% Intermediate, 100% Advanced, and 73% Expert!

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You scored higher than 33% on Intermediate
You scored higher than 61% on Advanced
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