Welcome. Spring. 2012.


Going on Blind Dates

Sorry for the long absence.  Lots going on these days.  Finished a few projects, started a few more. 

On October 2, I decided to get out-of-the-box and try to knit.  It's been going okay.  Nothing to scream about or anything.  It's certainly been a fun thing, to try something new, but I wasn't really feeling "the groove" and I was getting terribly frustrated with this new knitty thing. 

So I decided to go on a Blind Date.  Yes, that's right.  I was invited to one of our Local Knitting Circles a couple of Saturdays ago by a lovely gal, Meredith online on Ravelry.  It was just like going on a Blind Date.  I got all nervous, wondering who I'd meet, if I would say the right thing, if we'd get along or not... well, I met Dorothy, Meredith, Suzanne, Kris, Karen, Laura, and Laurie- all great gals with lots of good advice and tips to share.  It was such a lovely Blind Date that I went on another couple, met a few more knitty-friends and well, I think it will be a lovely relationship.

So, tho' no lovely fall leaves nor 'prose nor tah-dahs, I'm challenging YOU to get out, go on your own Blind Date and try something New. 

Well now, go and do whatever that is.

See ya round the (knitty) corner,



  1. I'm so glad you joined in a group like this.. what a wonderful way to make friends! I should find a group in my neck of the woods. You'll have to take a photo of all of you and share it.
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

  2. Your knitting looks very neat. I am glad you enjoyed your meet ups. I have met up with some lovely Ravelry friends too, it is great to network and tap in to each others skills. :) x

  3. Knitters and crocheters are the very best. I am so happy you are making new friends and learning to knit all at the same time. I think your knitting is looking fabulous.


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