Wednesday, May 07, 2014

50 Questions, Not QUite

Just for snicks:

You can only knit to one TV show, what is it?


You can only get one type of yarn for the rest of the year, what is it?


You can only knit one pattern for the rest of the year, 
what is it?

You can pick one season for the rest of the year to knit in?
What is it? 

You can grow needles in your garden, what are you growing?

Answer any or all.  Happy Hump Day


suburban prep said...

Love Love Crystal Palace Bamboo needles--those are the ones I would love to grow.

The cookies are looking yummy.
Did you ever get the smile face cookie from Country maid bakery when they were around?
I think Three Tarts has one.

I am hooked on Madelinetosh light.

Mereknits said...

Oh my, Summer, as it lasts almost all year.... Malabrigo yarn..... a Rays game because they last a long time...... and an intricate sweater, I will probably have to redo it a million times anyway.

Nancy Kay said...

I like knitting while watching The View. I love Baby Alpaca. Spring is a great season for knitting...but really...every season is knitting season. I have knit several Hitchhiker Scarves, and I will probably knit others in the future.

Katherine said...

I could spend a year knitting to House Hunters on TV with Blue Skies Alpacas Skinny Cotton on Addi lace needles. Of course I would be knitting my rectangular lace shawl because it is going to take me the rest of the year to finish it anyway.

Grace said...

My garden would grow lots of Harmony Wood Needles from Knit Picks, and I would knit baby sweaters with then from Debbie Bliss Cashmerino yarn. My favorite season to knit in is Every Season and I knit everyday during the Young and the Restless and Bold and the Beautiful.

KSD said...

1. "Mystery Science Theater 3000"
2. Noro
3. I have no idea!
4. Winter.
5. Kollage Squares

Anonymous said...

1. Morgan Spurlock's Inside Man

2. Oh,THAT'S easy ---- SOCK YARN.

3. That one's a little harder . . .
maybe, Socks on Fire.

4. Autumn --- absolutely AUTUMN.

5. Signature Sock Needles --- funny thing is, I couldn't remember the name so I Googled expensive sock needles. This was the first choice to come up.

Amy Bingham said...

1. Rizzoli and Isles
2. Madeline Tosh sock
3. hmm-tough one. I think an Orenburg shawl because it would take about a year and they are complicated enough to hold my interest.
4. spring
5. Bamboo needles are my fav.

Mrs. Micawber said...

Completely baffled by these - I think all the ibuprofen I'm on has slowed down my brain activity.

I knitted to Call the Midwife the other night - but realized afterward that I had done stockinette where I was supposed to rib. This is why I don't knit to TV (and why my First Second Sock will NEVER get finished). :)

Araignee said...

1. Desperate Housewives reruns on Netflix
2. Palette: a good Fair Isle project will last for a year-or more
3. A Fair Isle something or other
4. Fall
5. The original Knit Picks Harmony because they were so nice and pointy. The new generation-not so much

Nancy said...

1 House
2 Opal or Cherry Tree Hill sock yarn
3 EZ's Baby Surprise Jacket
4 Winter which this year has been looooong!
5. Knit Picks, Knit Picks, Knit Picks

Liz Washburn said...

1. My new favorite show: Orphan Black

2. A nice 100% wool DK yarn--something British.

3. A sweater with lace and cables.

4. Fall

5. Knit Picks Harmony needles.

SissySees said...

What fun! Too bad my brain is too tired to play along. Tofutsies of course though is my favorite yarn.

elns said...

I would have it be fall. I can't believe I'm saying this, but I'd go with fingering right now. Not as painful as lace, but truly the most versatile in terms of garment and accessory knitting. Fun and cute post Kathy!

Judy S. said...

Gosh, Kathy, you ask such hard questions! It seems I mess up while watching anything but my needles. Each new pattern becomes a favorite till the next one although I do knit some patterns again. As for needles and yarn, it's too hard to choose...

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