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Saturday, January 12, 2008

Good Day Sunshine



We interrupt this bad mood with a ray of sunshine.

I got my Ravelry invite yesterday and am adding projects as fast as I can. I always thought the invite part of Ravelry sounded quite snobbish, but, it's just a way to slow things down while they get the Beta version worked out.

A few things I noticed about my projects:

1) I don't invest brain cell on remembering what yarn I used. I think Ravelry will help me with this.

2) I crochet a *lot* more than I knit. I'd like to knit more, so that I can make up my own designs.

3) I like colorful projects. Who would have thunk?

4) I like to make up my own designs. I didn't realize how many times I've done this.

5) I don't write those designs down. Sad.

So, if you are already at Ravelry, make me a friend and I'll make you a friend. And, if you are not there, go sign up for an invite. They're real nice.



Blogger OldRound said...

You too! I will eventually join because I don't think I will ever stop clicking on people's ravelry links, only to be confronted by the "front page." Such a tease!

Sat Jan 12, 11:43:00 AM PST  
Blogger futuregirl said...

OMG!!! He's so cute! I can't stand it. I think my brain just melted and is coming out of my ears. He's *that* cute. Cute!

Sat Jan 12, 01:34:00 PM PST  
Blogger mimi k said...

A knitted super cape? I love to colors and the sweet face!

Sat Jan 12, 02:54:00 PM PST  
Blogger kate said...

Is it a cape, or a bib? It's waaaaay too adorable to get food on it! I can't tell you how much I love those happy colors. I think winter's getting to us all.

Your son is quite possibly the cutest thing I've ever seen. I want to eat him up! :)

I found you via the Sew Mama Sew blog, and I love your projects. From you I found your sister's 'worn' god, she is my new style icon. You are two cool chicks.

Sat Jan 12, 03:03:00 PM PST  
Blogger Blaize said...

You will find my melted brain pooled with futuregirl's on the floor. Mmmm. Pooled brains.

Sat Jan 12, 03:42:00 PM PST  
Blogger stuffed said...

Voodoo economics. I just read your ravelry profile. lol

You must get stopped in public all the time so people can discuss that bundle of cuteness.

Sat Jan 12, 03:43:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's Ravelry?

signed, a not so crafty yet friend.


Sat Jan 12, 04:16:00 PM PST  
Blogger Green Kitchen said...

It's a bib, but a knit supercape is a great idea, Mimi.

Maybe the cute factor = melted brain is what's wrong with me. ;)


Sat Jan 12, 04:20:00 PM PST  
OpenID fiveflowers said...

I added you as a friend! What I love about ravelry besides the whole organization thing is that you can see what others have done with patterns you want to make:: really a priceless feature! And your son is tooooooooo cute my dear!

Sun Jan 13, 08:17:00 AM PST  
Blogger Project Pink Suitcase said...

Too cute!!!

Mon Jan 14, 01:09:00 PM PST  
Blogger Rose said...

I love the bib! I needed some inspiration to use up some of my Peaches N Cream yarn, bought in a frenzy immediately after I bought MasonDixon's book. Now I'm so tired of seeing it in the basket. I want to knit it on size 10 needles or something to make it go away fast! Found your blog through swallowfield. Will definitely be back!

Mon Jan 14, 01:12:00 PM PST  
Blogger hannah said...

your knitted bib is scrumptious!

Mon Jan 14, 01:47:00 PM PST  
Blogger Lisa S. Oceandreamer said...

Michelle, when you get a moment can you email me with your email addy? I came across of pic of D with J today(taken over 17 years ago) & thought it would be fun to scan and email it to him(you).

and may I just say that child - that ray of sunshine... is BEYOND beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Tue Jan 15, 04:44:00 PM PST  
Blogger Cassi said...

Oooh yea! I just got my invite a few days ago but haven't done anything with it so you inspired me to go register and I made you a friend! I have to add too that your children.... my god they're cute! Every time I see a picture of them they seem as if they are bursting with sunshine :)
Will see you soon on Ravelry!

Thu Jan 17, 10:25:00 PM PST  
Blogger Davin said...

So cute! That first picture has so much adorable personality packed into it!

Fri Jan 18, 04:41:00 AM PST  
Blogger Kimmie said...

Oh I love your bib...or cape (or whatever your heart desires for the moment...I am sure superman could have used a bib sometimes!)

We are adopting a baby from Ethiopia, I'd love to make some of you have a pattern you could share?

mama to 6
one homemade and 5 adopted

Sat Jan 26, 01:49:00 PM PST  
Blogger Sara said...

That baby is so adorable! I knit a cotton sweater for my guy who just turned a year old. it isn't seamed yet, because it doesn't fit yet. i started the sweater before he began eating solid foods, and the yoke is a double-seed-stitch texture. all i can think now is Food Catching Super Built in Goop Magnet. I bet this ridged bib does its job!
ibbyskibby dot com

Wed Mar 05, 12:54:00 PM PST  

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