Sunday, July 30, 2006

Blue squares

There are blue squares made by Tracy, Chris and me for the Knit a River project from I Knit. It is packaged up now, and will be at the post office soon!

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Wedding Cake and Stripping Class - does it get any better?

Belated congratulations once again to Chris & Joe on their wedding! And thanks again from all your knitting gals for inviting us to join in the celebration. What a fabulous day, fantastic spread and great company to dance away the day with... and just look at that cake!

Here we are on the train heading into the city for a day of aerobics and dancing, umm, pole dancing, that is. Off to the S Factor studio we go to learn the art of strip tease dancing. And of course, on the way we knit. You can't get more well rounded than this group of ladies :-)

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AND to top it all off, Christ taught herself to knit!

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Kensington Knitting

Here is one photo from our knitting group's night facilitating knitting and crocheting for the residents of Kensington. I thought for sure I caught the elusive Tracy, but I was foiled again.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Update on the Harlot....

She blogged about our little trip and even posted us on her site. Now we really do need to get the matching T-shirt thing going!

(I'm rushing at work, sorry it's just a boring link and tiny post)

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Yarn Harlot!

Here's the girls getting their books signed by Harlot!

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Knit-In @ Jana's!

Here's more pictures... you guys probably don't need me to recap the days events again huh?

Monday, March 06, 2006

Not for the faint of heart

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Yes ladies, Needful Yarns has a pattern available for crocheting your own wedding dress! Yup, that's right I said crochet. We can't help knit this one so you're on your own here Chris (well, maybe Jana can help you). Good luck with this pattern I'm sure it's a breeze!!!

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

more stuff that you can do...

My friend JJ forwarded this link along for us

Eventually, I'll turn it into a nice neat button on the sidebar but right now I'm off to work on clapotis!

Update: I played with the buttons. They're not great looking but they should be functional.

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Down with the football, up with the needles!

In retaliation to super bowl Sunday, Chris invited us to her house for an anti-football Super Ball of Yarn knit-in! The food was great, the laughs were many, and the knitting was superb! Best super bowl I've ever been to!

Food, glorious food!

I can't believe I didn't get a picture the spread, duh!

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Chris crocheting yet another baby blanket!

Yay for Adam and his very first handmade hat! (we like him even if he did care about the score that day.)

Monday, January 30, 2006

Chicks with Sticks do like to Stitch & Bitch (with Tracy's 2 cents)

Chicks with Sticks do like to Stitch & Bitch

Came across this site and thought I should share...Sorry Erin, I know you like Bunnies...but there's something about this one...

(hey Chris, I found this in our draft folder. Is it ok to post it? Well how about this, I'll post it and you can always put it back in the drafty bin if you weren't down with it. It's a surprise to me too b/c I'm posting it without looking at the link, hope it's not bunny porn!)

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Old Bitty Knitty

Hey Girls,

I forgot to mention it tonight, but my mom spoke with the people at her nursing home and they said if we're still interested they would love for us to come have a knit-in on February 7th with their in-house knitters.

We could meet up over there around 5:30-6ish (directions to follow). Please let me know if you're still interested, if not, then I'll ask them to either change it to a non-Tuesday and those of us who are interested can go there separately or we can cancel. Thanks!


Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Red Scarf Project

Hi All!

I just came across this project tonight and thought you may be interested in making a scarf for goody bags going to college age orphans. These are for kids who were never adopted and don't have the family support to help get them through the transition from high school to college.

The only problem is that the deadline is January 20th so you'll have to start soon if you want to get them out in time!

Orphan Foundation of America's
Red Scarf Project

Love to knit, crochet or know someone who does?

Send care and encouragement to America 's college bound foster youth. OFA needs 2,500 hand made knitted or crocheted scarves to put in our Valentines Care Packages. Your handiwork will truly be the personal touch in these packages and bring students the support they need to move forward and graduate to a brighter future.

Unisex colors black, blue, green or yellow are welcome too. Please attach securely to each scarf a small tag with your name, city, and group affiliation that the student will receive. Send scarves with your name, address, group affiliation if any, and email address enclosed to:

Orphan Foundation of America
Red Scarf Project
21351 Gentry Drive
Unit 130
Sterling, VA 20166

Deadline: January 20, 2006
Contact: Annalisa Assaadi, National Events Coordinator, 703.821.8669

For More Info on OFA's Care Package Program go to:

Earlier this fall, 2,500 college students without families across the nation received care packages assembled on Capitol Hill by members of Congress, their staff, volunteers and caring individuals who know the importance of feeling connected to others. On Valentine's Day, those same college students will receive care packages containing individually hand-knitted or crocheted red scarves. For young people without loving families and homes to serve as a practical lifeline, the scarves send a powerful message of hope.

The care packages are part of a comprehensive program of initiatives created by the Orphan Foundation of America (OFA) to ensure that young people aging out of the foster care system are encouraged to succeed as adults. The need for such programs is great. It is estimated that some 13,000 former foster kids are attending colleges and universities this year, most without any family support. They are success stories merely by showing up: Studies show that less than 50 percent of foster youth graduate from high school, and less than 10 percent go on to post-secondary or vocational training.

Boys Knitting!

They came, they knit, they survived! I'm proud of these guys for giving it a shot, I have a feeling we may suck them over to the dark side yet! And thanks to the regulars for helping out as teachers tonight, you guys rock too!

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Brave Model

As promised, here's Chris's Joe modeling the elepanties I made him for Christmas (sorry it's sidways, I'll try to fix that tomorrow)

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