Saturday, September 29, 2007

Revelry and Ravelry


With a little help from Baltimore, the Red Sox clinched the Eastern Division Title last night-

The champagne flowed!

And Ravelry

I've done some exploring on Ravelry and added some friends - even added a picture of a project, after finally figuring out that I had my flickr album set not to show to the public. I still have a lot to learn about it though!

Ellsworth, Maine was celebrating Autumn Harvest Days today, and there was a big craft fair on Main Street. One of the booths had scarfs made with about 20 strands of all different kinds of yarns, ribbons, and strips of fabric, just tied together in knots at intervals. Probably not something I would wear - but I think I'll try to make some and see how they go over with the teen set. I'll let you know how they come out!

My LYS was having a 20% off sale today, but I think I behaved very well. I bought some creamy soft baby alpaca which will probably become fingerless gloves, and some bulky yarn for kids hats.


Anonymous said...

I cant get a picture of the scarves you mind just wont go there....hope you post some if you make some!

I was a good girl and actually walked away from yarn at a garage sale was only 40% wool and the other day I got 4 skein of 100% wool so I guess I fed my cravings enough this week! LOL

Nancy @ the Jersey Shore said...

glad your red sox got my mets...LOL.

jopal said...

My daughter will be at the Mets game on Sunday and they can get in if they win and Phillie loses. She would love that(I didn't teach her very well). Wouldn't it be great to play the Mets again and beat them this time!