Ok, this is DeJavu, I already posted this, but for some reason it did not go through. Let's try again.
A day out of work means a day to knit, well, not really, it means a day to do laundry and the household chores, but I did get some knitting time to try out the Felted Clogs for little Bryant. The pattern is very simple, if you can get the K1, M1, K2, M1 all straight in your head. And if you end with a headache, it is ok, I think it is part of the pattern, lol. Bryant is eagerly awaiting for them to dry and try them out. Poor thing is going to have to wait til Friday as I need to pick up some suede bottoms for them.
I also have a mystery project going on right now. It is an idea I have in my head. I hope it turns out, if not, it will be an expensive experiment.
This last week, I succumbed to the peer pressure. I couldn't help it, the gals from Felting Yahoo Group kept on talking about the Denise Needles. At first, I tried really hard not to listen to them, but after an entire 2 weeks of listening to them rave about these needles, I had to try them out for myself. So, I succumbed to the peer pressure. Over all, they are nice needles, very light weight, extremely flexible cord, very pointy--perfect for K2Tog. However, that very same point hurts my right index finger every time I push the left needle. Of course, they don't compare to the Skacel Addi's, but they are nice too, especially having almost all sizes of needles. Now, if Skacel Addi will come out with an Interchangeable Set, I would be the first in line to buy them.
I am getting more peer pressure, this time, it is for the Magical Books by Cat Bordhi. They say they are wonderful and now, I just *have to* have them. Oh, they sure look beautiful. Maybe I can get them for my B-day :). B-day wishes sometimes come true. Peer pressure is sure tough, LOL.