Friday, May 11, 2007

Ready for Neatby

Got my swatch done last night, most stuff assembled that I need to take, and camera batteries on charge. Tomorrow is the Lucy Neatby workshop. Looking forward to it cuz it's not been a good few days. I need some perk-me-up.

I have one Broadripple sock almost complete. I finished the gusset decreases last night, so now it's just the foot, and I find that part normally goes pretty fast. I feel confident that I'll have those done by Monday.

Not hard to tell those commercial-free music channels just play the same schedule over and over again. I've worked the last three mornings, so I put it on the 80s music channel. I've heard exactly the same songs. Not really complaining cuz they've been playing stuff I like. (Duran Duran's The Reflex will be up in a bit, they were my absolute favorite in junior high. Then in high school I got into heavy metal, but not too heavy. Probably more like hard rock. Motely Crue, Aeorosmith, Poison...) Right now Glass Tiger is singing. Got a picture home of me and my mother and the lead singer. We met him in a shopping mall in Halifax way back when. I should scan it cuz it's one of the few pictures of me that I like!

Will try to post Saturday night or Sunday to let everyone know how the workshop went.

Happy knitting!

5 Comments:

Blogger Larry said...

I'm looking forward to hearing about your class. I hear good things about it. I've only ever taken one class from a professional designer (Annie Modesitt) and it was fun but I didn't actually learn anything new. I don't think Neatby ever travels this far south but if she did I'd be there.

10:04 AM  
Blogger Dave said...

Oh, lucky you! I'd love to take a class with Lucy.

7:56 AM  
Blogger Heddy said...

I am so excited about going ... I can't even stand it!! I think it will be a lot of fun -- I'm so glad we got to register!

Now, if today is fun, they are having another one in August with some woman from Sweeden? I dunno - can't remember, but we should go! LOL haven't even gone, and already I am a knitting workshop junkie!

8:03 AM  
Blogger Charity said...

Sorry things are a bit blue - I hope the workshop really fires you up! :0)

How do you like the Broadripple pattern? I've been eyeing it up.

11:49 AM  
Blogger Shelley said...

I LOVED Duran Duran...I was in high school though. John Taylor was my favourite.

Hope you had a great time at the workshop!

7:52 PM  

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