Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Saint Leslie

Saint Leslie is sitting next to Saint Joanie. 
Saint Leslie took one look at the sweater that done me wrong and said,
"Give it to me, I'll unravel it"

She meant it too. 
Saint Leslie knows here way around the yarn unravel.  
Only a real pal says that to you. 
Saint Joanie only knits for charity. 


My friend, Saint Karen is going to be very upset if I leave her out of this. 
Saint Karen is my patro saint of technology. 
If you have a phone that won't ring right or an app issue, Saint Karen is the one to talk to- and she'll stick to it until she fixes it. And she's nice about it. 


Okay St. Kathy C. I cannot leave you out or Saint Carol. 
St. Kathy is the patron saint of trains and bat winged design sweaters.  

Saint Carol, is the vacation Saint. 
She loves vacation. She lives for vacation. She'll even find you a vacation...

The Saints really do live among us!


14 comments:

Suburban prep said...

Cute.

Teresa Kasner said...

You sure have some good saint friends! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Leslie said...

I love a good tangled yarn, too...so maybe there's something to Saint Leslie...

knitterbeader said...

Knitted item unraveling is at the bottom of my list - I don't take to it well. But, my friend Judy in our meetup group, loves to do this and has assisted me a number of times! Thank goodness for saints/friends!!! Love those roses! Thanks for answering my sock knitting question.

Nancy said...

Yes, the Saints really do live among us, and they knit, too!

Love the "ravel" photo. Now, that's a saint!

Araignee said...

Whoa.....now that's a brutal frogging. It gives me goosebumps.

karen said...

wow, that undone sweater is something else. I have a knack at untangling any kind of yarn......that is an odd skill to brag about.

Katherine said...

Oh my, that poor sweater will never be the same, but I have faith that Saint Leslie will wind that yarn into the neatest ball you have ever seen! I have a Saint Jason, my dear fireman son who looks after my tech problems. I willingly surrender my phone to him when it will not do what I want. Yes, I agree they are among us but with frogging Saints and train Saints and bat-winged sweater Saints we are going to need a whole bunch of new statues and medals!

Nancy Kay said...

LOL. So true!! You've got some pretty special saints around you!

Dee said...

Oh my gosh.....that's quite a pile of yarn barf.

I'm known as the patron saint of tangled up necklace chains. I have a way of working out the tightest knots.

Judy S. said...

Wow, the end of Lady K? Your Leslie is truly brave; all that yarn gave me the shivers! Sounds like you have some really good and talented friends.

Caffeine Girl said...

Knitters are such good people, aren't they!

SissySees said...

Love those roses. I've never seen such. And yes, saints are all around us!

SapphireBlue said...

How tedious and frustrating is it to unravel yarn? I would pay to have someone do it.

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