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06/20/2005

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Katherine

That was great! Very creative, and very, ummm, true for me as well. *grin* Loved it! ~Kat

Susie

You need to write a book. Look out, Erma....

~S

Larry

I don't think I'll dare to post about my knitting woes ever again. And there are plenty.

Gina

I understand completely. I want challenge, but not too hard. I want quick and easy, but not too much stockinette. Basically, I want the projects to knit themselves perfectly.

monica

That Denise is a PITA isn't she?

blogdog

Funny! I think we all go through that at one time or another. Sometimes you just have to let a WIP rest until you really want to finish it. I chant a little mantra when I'm in the middle of a project that I think won't ever end. I'm not sure I believe it, but it gives me a rhythm to work to: "The journey's the thing. The journey's the thing."

Still unenthused? No problem. What else is in your stash that needs casting on?

heather

Hee-that was so cute! Sorry your projects are getting you down. They all look nice to me, and I love your kimono color.

Laurie

Way cute, and 100% on target. I really think there is something going thru knitters right now. Most people (me too) are whining. Or not posting. Or not commenting.

Stephanie

I'm in a knitting funk now, too. given all the folks that seem to be in fiber funks right now, I'm starting to think there might be a serious virus going around. Yep, that's right... Yarn Flu. Not to be confused with the Yarn Bug, though in some instances the Yarn Bug indirectly leads to the Yarn Flu. Known causes are vague or incorrect pattern instructions, poor or misleading photographs, and finishing details. There is no vaccine. The only cure, a couple of fluffy scarves.

(Hey, a FO is a FO, and those are a quick as they come.)

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