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Friday, June 17, 2005

Where does the time go?

I've probably written a dozen posts in my head but have not found the time to share them. Maybe it's a summer thing, perhaps the recent heatwave has caused me to be less than eager to sit in front of this computer.

I have been knitting in my absence. I am currently working on finishing some dishcloths that I promised my Aunt I would knit for her. I'm in the middle of a sock that I am working on in order to teach a sock knitting class at my LYS. I was asked by the owner but I'm just not sure.

The idea of teaching is frightening. I can't say that I have never taught anything. While in the Navy I did some teaching of computer software but nothing major. I taught my husband to knit and I don't mind sharing my knowledge when it benefits another. I guess it's the thought of me being the center of attention that scares me to death. I am not a "center of attention" kind of gal. So anyway, I am knitting on this sock while working out my plan of attack for teaching. Must face me fears!

Also on the needles is a sweater that I am working on completing for the above mentioned LYS owner. This is a sweater that she began 5 years ago and has now passed on to me to complete. It's a new experience for me to knit on someone else's knitting. I suppose it's good practice in controlling tension and understanding different styles of knitting.

I have joined the 6 Sox Along. I'm kind of nervous about the commitment but I think it'll be fun. I simply fell in love with the current pattern. On Tuesday at my regular Sit & Knit we had a new knitter join us. She was knitting the Chutes & Ladders socks and they were amazing. Thank you Lisa for joining us, it was wonderful to have you in our little group. Hope to see you on a regular basis!

So, as you can see, I am knitting even though I have no pictures to show for it. I promise to post pics soon, perhaps later this evening. Have a wonderful night!

1 Comments:

At Saturday, June 18, 2005 8:30:00 AM, Anonymous Lisa said...

I think you would be a very good teacher. You have a nice voice, you are not intimidating, and you're a good knitter. I had so much fun with your group Tues night. I can't wait to knit with all of you again. Maybe I could make it a couple of times a month. Your dishcloths turned out cute. Aunt Polly should be happy.
Smiles............

 

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