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Saturday, July 07, 2007

Socks, Stole & A Nazi



SOCK TIME:Did I get you attention? Yeah I did huh? Well Lets start out with the AMAZING Sock Blockers that I received from Becky at Leggy Creations. I couldn't have asked for a more perfect work of art. I LOVE these things and I plan on using them! Aren't they great?


I also got some yummy yarn in the mail from the UK, Posh Yarn. I had this Colorway, Inferno, in my shopping cart and by the time I got to check out it was gone! So Dee looked for another skein for me, Lucky she had one and she sent it along! Thanks DEE, its BEAUTIFUL! Another pair of socks to work for my blockers :)


STOLE TIME:
As you can see on the right hand side I am signed up for Mystery Sole 3.... Well I had my yarn picked out from my stash, it was from the lace swap I did last year.... I got to the 49th row and realized I hated how thin it looked and It began to STRIPE!!!! Oh NO!
I went to talk with a friend after class at Yarntopia and told her what I was working with.... Come to find out it may have been cobweb! I came home and checked the label....YUPP, a 50gm skein is 1200 yds... WOW! Its cobweb.... I'm very proud I made no mistakes! But into the frog pond it goes.... So I got some Malabrigo Baby Merino Lace, and I have to start all over again:( I hope I have good luck with it like I had with the cobweb :) Here is a picture at Row 33 before it started to stripe.....


THE NAZI:
Did you skip to this part?
My husband is trying to watch what he eats so he frequents the local Subway near his office and he noticed the "efficiency" of a particular employee. Chris calls him the "Subway Nazi" (you know, similar to the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld?)
This guy stands at the vegetable part of the serving line, and if you're not quick enough or you can't decide what you want he passes your sandwich along without putting vegetables on! Is that hilarious or what!
Apparently this guy is so efficent that if the line gets backed up at the cash registar he starts taking peoples vegetable orders BEFORE they pick thier bread!
I've got to go see this guy in action!

Thats all for now, have a good week! and I hope to be reading up on blogs this week ;)

12 Comments:

Blogger Sarah said...

Lovely yarn and I hope the Mystery Stole goes well!

I signed up but see it is another triangular shawl and I really want to knit a rectangle.....

Love the Subway Nazi.

7:10 AM  
Blogger Sheri said...

Love your 3 guys in the hats! With the temperature here at about 98 degrees that was a very refreshing picture. LOL
Sheri in GA

7:11 AM  
Blogger Angelika said...

I guess me and the subway guy wouldn't be friends. If there is one thing I hate is if my subway sandwich is not the way I(!) want it.

7:40 AM  
Blogger Beth said...

My 17 year old son just got a job at our local Subway. I can't wait to show your post to him!!! Very funny stuff.

1:11 PM  
Blogger kasiaiscarly said...

Oh my gosh, your sock blockers are FAB!!

5:08 PM  
Blogger CynCyn said...

those sock blockers deserve to have a place on the wall as artwork when they're not in use. Love the green color of your MS yarn, but sad you had to rip. I wonder if my yarn is cobweb too. Ugh.

8:01 PM  
Blogger catknits said...

Love the sock blockers that you got from Becky! Beautiful sock yarn too and looking forward to seeing what pattern you choose.
Love the picture of your guys.

5:51 AM  
Blogger Wool Winder said...

The sock blockers are a really fun design. Good luck with your shawl.

6:11 AM  
Blogger kmckiernan said...

What beautiful sock blockers - they are like little works of art on which to block your socks!

7:18 AM  
Blogger jessica said...

Love the sock blockers, and the yarn! Too funny about the subway nazi! I'm sure he'd hate me, I take forever making decisions;O)

9:32 AM  
Blogger Lisa said...

Love your blockers Cath! They are gorgeous. Sorry you had to frog the MS3. I hope you have better luck with the new yarn!

12:51 PM  
Blogger Sheryl said...

Ha! Love the Subway Nazi. Ok, can I just say those sock blockers rock?! How cool are they? I'd just hang them on the wall as art.

4:50 PM  

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