What in Frickin Frackness is this!!!!!!
That, my dear readers is a flipping KNOT in my brand new ball of Trekking Pro Natura yarn. Didn’t we just have this talk? Boy, these knots are really working my nerve. I’m just saying – 18.50 for a ball of sock yarn – you think I could have that served up without the knots? And if you find a website, or any kind of address for this company – pass it to me, because I have some words I would like to speak at them.
And Acting like I didn’t just have a sock-yarn-tantrum….
Here are the Friend of a Friend Sock, just waiting for me to make a label and hand them over. I’m happy with them and I hope the intended wearer finds comfort and warmth in them.
I have to say how much I’ve appreciated reading all your comments on the Knitting Group question – all of you had such great ideas and insight and allowed me to view more than just my side of things. I didn’t bring up the subject of kids at the time – but that is a valid comment also, and although I love kids, and have kids, I agree that perhaps groups like this aren’t the best place for them. But that is totally up to who organizes your particular group – if there is a no kids statement from the get go – then I would say it should be respected. Some groups allow older children who knit – and I’m all for that. But the babies and the running around kids thing – I can see where you all might not be enjoying that little gift. Your suggestions have really given me the feedback I was looking for, because honestly – I was at a loss. I usually can be pretty blunt and outspoken and don’t have a problem standing up for myself. But sometimes – I just get caught off guard and don’t know how to handle something while it’s happening. Now I can certainly rely on your suggestions to guide me if it should come up again.
Ok, now to decide if I should keep on knitting with that stupid sock yarn or do the right thing and cast on for the second wallably sleeve.