Sunday, October 3, 2010

All the Goings On

It's been a quiet week for blogging, mostly because there is so much going on, I wasn't sure what to write about. That and not having the time to sit down for more than 10 minutes a day really kills the blogging mojo. So here is a quick and dirty update on all the things swirling around right now.

Today I am going to the Tulsa State Fair to see if I placed with any of my entries. I know there were about a zillion entries into the Adult Accessories Other category for knitting, so I don't hold a lot of hope there. There were many far more complicated shawls than mine that were entered, so I really just hope to see that one displayed. The baby afghan, on the other hand, I really was crossing my fingers on. It's just so cool looking. But I heard that a friend of mine's baby afghan got the blue ribbon, so I am hoping to find red or white or something. If not, there is always next year and maybe I will do better about planning in advance.

Meanwhile in current knitting I am undergoing the journey of 1000 coasters. Ok, so it's not really 1000. It's not even 100. More like 50. But it feels like a zillion. And they have to be done by october 10th. At least I have help from the lovely Rori. :-) To know why all the coaster knitting, you'll have to come to Indie Emporium. Hint: you really want to be one of the first 50 people in the door that Friday night! (I will be glad when they are all done though, I would really like to get back to knitting stock)

Working on a SomerKnits logo. I'm not so good at that part of the process, so help is always welcome.

It has gotten cool here in Oklahoma and it is definitely shawl weather most days right now. I am inspired to pick back up the Everyway Wrap that I started last year as a knit along with the Tulsa Knitters group. I need to check in with everyone else to see if anyone actually finished theirs yet.

Ok, less typing more knitting! ;-)

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