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Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.


Oh, what a cool colorway that would be -- "Lichen in the Woods" or something like that.

I'm so excited for your retreat! Especially now that there will be pictures so I can live vicariously through you!

Don't forget to bring the camera cord to recharge it -- I would recommend plugging it in each night when you go to bed so it'll be fully charged the next day. Or else plug in the charger w/ extra battery and have that ready to go.

Have tons of fun! :-)

By Blogger Mary, at 11:29 AM  

Please do bring your sweater for Show and Tell!

And the lichen is so beautiful. What a treat...

By Blogger Jane, at 4:11 PM  

Have a great time. What a beautiful opportunity to get together and just knit and talk and learn. Wow.

By Blogger Zippianna, at 7:05 AM  

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Monday, November 06, 2006  

No knitting news today. I had a splendidly wonderful day getting ready to be OOO (Out Of the Office) for a week. One of those days when you accomplish in an hour what takes a day ordinarily. Then I came home, fixed a great soup and fell asleep at 8:30!! Who knew?

Anyway - I'm going to go knit a while before work and maybe there will be Another Photo later today - certainly there ought to be one tomorrow. Then my darling KipFee will just have to nap a while. I'm sure while I'm gone she'll think of all sorts of ways to make the shoulder math easy.

Thank you all for your kind words about the KipFee. Jane - I had thought to leave her at home because she's too complicated to knit on in an electrified crowd - but then again ... I might bring her for show and tell. It's certainly a thought. I still haven't packed anything or bought anything or gone to the bank. Oops. No. I did buy some flannel pajamas for the cold Nawth - and for our own cold winter.

But just to show you that I'm still enamored of my darling new Digital Camera!!!

I stumbled upon this lichen growing on a stump right at the entrance to the East Woods Path. I think the colors are magnificent - vivid yet not blaring. The rust was a little more lively than the photograph. I hope I can remember this next time I'm thinking of a colorway.

I'm thinking two greens, a cream, a rust and a steely grey.

posted by Bess | 2:54 PM