Sunday, December 28, 2008

Al's Pfeiffer Falls Hooded Scarf, on scrubs



Al frogged her Hey Penney sweater. She had a beautiful back finished last spring, and decided once her head cleared from school this rotation, that she'd rather have the scarf. She is using Jaeger extra fine merino. So, make a note froggers, it frogged well.

I"ve started a Log Cabin blanket. I'm in love. I can only meet it for brief interludes what with the arm thing, but I look forward to our stolen moments. It mesmerizes me. This is sick I know. You'll understand, I know. That is a leading reason why I blog, to know that I am not alone.

Whats a reason why you blog. Any reason...any reason at all. Just list it. Even if it is sick. We understand....


I'll talk to you in the comments. :)

10 comments:

Elaine said...

I don't blog, so I can't answer that - a more interesting question, I think is why do people read blogs.

What are you using for the log cabin blanket? I mean, are you using wool, cotton, acrylic?

Woven ~N~ Spun said...

I blog...therefore I am. I think sometimes I blog just so I know I am still alive. Ok seriously, I just do it don't really know why.

Pat K said...

I blog partially as an on-line diary, or record of what I've been doing, and also to keep in touch with the friends I've made. Like you!

Jennifer said...

Ooh - the Log Cabin sounds intriguing. It will be fun to watch.

Why do I blog? It's simple. If I didn't, I'd go into Knitting Show n' Tell mode everytime someone walked in my home and then I'd never have another friend come visit again. I'd scare them all away with my knitting!!! That was my original reason, but, I've discovered so many wonderful friends through blogging that I cannot even imagine my life without it.

Happy New Year!

Heather said...

I began blogging to show my family what I was up to. Then people began to read, comment, and return. Now I blog to show myself who I am and what I can do.

Darcys Knotty Knitter said...

To keep an on-line journal of my knitting and my adventures and to meet people and those people change your life because they introduce new ideas and exsperiences and a different point of view:)Hugs Darcy

Breien in Lansingerland said...

Why do I blog? Mostly just for fun I guess. I never expected people to read what I wrote...LOL!

Katherine said...

I blog as a way to reach out to friends and family and feel close to them. Even when they don't or can't take time to comment I know they are there. I read other blogs to stay in touch with the knitting community. AND because it's fun!

Emily said...

There is just something about garter stitch.

I blog because...

Well, because I do. I do it for me. The comments are gratifying, I love the community, I enjoy contests and swaps. But really I do it for completely selfish reasons that I can barely articulate.

Marguerite said...

Why do I blog? I've asked myself that question many times and don't have a good answer.

It's kind of like coffee break at work used to be except I don't have to worry if I'm boring or not because it's my blog and I can be as boring as I want.

Sometimes I feel like maybe I should quit, but that feeling never lasts long.

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