Friday, June 24, 2016

Odd thought...

So big mail fun today.  Unexpected bag from Chewy.com with a water bottle and a beach towel and flip flops.  Just because. Thank you Sydney at Chewy.com.  I love being a blog reviewer for you anyhow.  

This is Linda at my LYS with her latest creature feature.  She knits up these guys and they are amazing.  I'm in the mood for a fresh new knit.....I have to finish my second necklace and then I'm open to ideas. 
I have this odd desire to knit a Christmas Stocking in June.  Should I go with it? 



10 comments:

Kim in Oregon said...

Of COURSE you should knit a Christmas stocking in June!

Teresa Kasner said...

You should knit whatever you want. I can't imagine having to move and go through 50 years of accumulations. You never said why you were moving? Curiosity killed the cat. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Tired Teacher said...

Why not knit a Christmas stocking. . .no stress to finish at the last minute like you'd have in the winter.

Gracie Saylor said...

Knitting a Christmas sock in June sounds like fun to me...so does grilled lettuce, and making Al's scarf...and...I am trying to catch up with your news Kathy b :) All you sock knitters are making me want to start knitting another sock, too! Happy Weekend ! xx

Jane said...

Yes, speaking from experience you should knit a Christmas stocking in June or anything else that suits your fancy.

Dee said...

Absolutely! Everyone has heard of Christmas in July!

Delighted Hands said...

This is the best time to knit for Christmas! Nice to get a 'just because' pkg in the mail!

Mereknits said...

Knit whatever makes you happy. You will be thrilled come Christmas when the stocking is finished.
Hugs,
Meredith

The Well Fed Wheel said...

I say "go for it".....it never hurts to have a head start on that whole Christmas thang. :-)

KSD said...

Absolutely! There's never a bad time for Christmas Spirit! Especially when it's 6000 degrees outside.

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