Monday, September 12, 2016

Monday Q and A September 12 2016







Witchypoo rides again

Henpecked

Would you rather have someone sit by you and teach you a knit skill, or watch something on you tube and learn ?

What is the largest number of stitches you have ever had on a circular needle at one time?

Would you rather learn falconry or swim with a dolphin?

Coffeecake or cheesecake?

Bacon or sausage?

Do you use any solar energy?

Witchyporides again or Henpecked.? (Blue Moon Sock Yarns)

How much does a wool cycling jersey cost today?

What handknit gifts get the most usage per year, in your family?

Apple butter or applesauce?

My answers:
I'd rather watch on you tube.  No, I changed my mind. I'd rather have someone sit by me and show me.

I currently have 300 stitches on the never ending sock blanket.  I am using it for my car knit on a regular basis.

This is tough. Falconry is so cool, but birds flying near me freak me out.  Dolphins in the water are powerful and fast.  I'll say falconry.

coffeecake!

Sausage, but this is not to say I  do not love bacon.  Because I do.  The Hungarian in me chooses sausage.

I use the sun to power some solar lighting around the new house .

Witchypoorides again but its very very close.

Fireman says you can buy one new for around a hundred dollars.

Hats, Hands down.  We all wear the hand knit hats I've knitted.

Applebutter.  Mmmm just got some at the farmers Market.

Have fun!  Hope you enjoy today's questions.  The magic number is 5!!





8 comments:

Katherine said...

Thanks Kathy for another great Q & A!
1. I'm not much of an instruction person. I prefer "book" learning so YouTube it is for me.
2. I've had around 300 stitches on the needle at one time.
3. Swim with the dolphin. What fun that would be!!
4. Cheesecake, but may I have both?
5. Sausage. Always sausage!
6. We have solar powered lighting around the patio and garden and also solar bug zappers. They go "pop, pop, pop" while we are sitting on the patio.
7. Definitely Witchypoo! I love Blue Moon!
8. My best guess would be $75, but Amazon probably has them for less.
9. Our family uses the fingerless gloves (men too) and dishcloths year round. I can't knit them fast enough.
10. Apple Butter. I'm not much of an applesauce eater.

Vera said...

Another good batch of questions Kathy!
1. I'd like to have someone sit by me and teach me.
2. Over 300
3. Hmmmmm, both fascinate me and also scare me a bit. Maybe dolphins, but not in the ocean...I don't like swimming in the ocean.
4. Coffee Cake
5. Bacon for sure!
6. Some solar lights on our camper, and solar bug zappers.
7. Witchypoo Rides Again - love the colors in that. Henpecked sure is pretty though.
8. I have no clue.
9. Fingerless mitts.
10. Applesauce (if home made).

Dee said...

My answers are on my blog.

Good questions this week!

Tired Teacher said...

1. YouTube for me, so I can stop and start and repeat at will.
2. Probably close to 400 sts.
3. Neither thank you.
4. Breakfast - definitely coffee cake; after dinner - plain cheesecake
5. Sausage
6. Only one outside light is solar-powered
7. Henpecked
8. I don't have a clue, but probably well over $200
9. Socks, socks, and more socks
10. Oven-baked apple butter



Araignee said...

1. Love YouTube. It doesn't make me feel dumb.
2. Right now I have 576 on the needles for Aubade.
3. Since I already have a big parrot I'm used to scary birds so falconry.
4. Cheesecake please with strawberries on top.
5. Only veggie for me. I like the veggie sausage a lot. We had veggie chorizo for dinner.
6. Nope. Too shady here.
7. I've always wanted some Witchypoo.
8. I don't know what that is.
9. Socks.
10. I HATE apple butter. The Mister teases me about it. It really turns my stomach.

elns said...

Kathy, I always enjoy your Q&As and seeing everyone's responses here or on their blogs. Good to hear your voice. I posted my answers on the blog.

KSD said...

Root, root, root for the Cubbies!

Delighted Hands said...

I love YouTube....I get all I need when I need it.
Knitting friends in person is a major shortage where I live!

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