Kristi’s mitts at the Kansas State Fair, 2008

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I’m taking a chance here, that my sister does not read my blog. Even though she suggested the name a long time ago, I don’t think she comes here.

It all started because I had been knitting and crocheting presents for my nieces and was forgetting what I had made for who and when, birthday or Christmas. I thought, maybe I should start sort of an online journal thing, where I can put pictures of what I made, and write down what pattern I used and what yarn and who it was for and all the important details like that.

So, I started this blog. Then, like a month later, I read about Ravelry.

Nice timing, huh?

Turns out all I wanted already existed, and I didn’t even know it. But, I kept it going anyway, and it’s turned out pretty cool.

These, by the way, are the fingerless mitts I designed for the Cascade contest at the state fair. They are the ones that won 3rd place, and got me the 10 hanks of Cascade Lana D’Oro. Speaking of which, I think I need to go play now.

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1 Response to “Kristi’s mitts at the Kansas State Fair, 2008”


  1. 1 silfert October 23, 2008 at 4:08 pm

    Gasp! Does this mean you haven’t gotten my replies to said e-mail? Are you gonna ban me from the knitting? 😦 Must I wander the streets forlornly, calling out in lieu of messaging? Boo hoo hoo huh heh heh heh! πŸ™‚


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