Friday, September 14, 2007

Three Things

Number 1:
The Wool Gathering

Tomorrow and Sunday, September 15 & 16, at Young's Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs, OH.

If you're anywhere near Southwestern Ohio, you should go. Stop by the Yarns & Fabrications booth in the red/white tent and say hi. I'll be there both days. I'm the tall one.

If you want to know what it's like,
click here for my post from last year.

Number 2:
Meet Diane.

Actually, you met her back here, when she got my June socks.

Anyway, this is Diane's very first
booga bag. Isn't it cute?

She made a washcloth and a half last fall, but now she has finished and felted her very own booga bag. I can't wait to find out what she wants to make next.

Number 3:
September Socks

One down, one to go.

A big thank you to my foot model. You know who you are. :)


~Tonia~ said...

The sock looks great!! yay for the first bag. She did a wonderful job.

I am hoping to sneak up on Sunday, but plans might change. *sigh*

Hey you are set up next to Susan of Ball & Skein. She is the one with the Fleece Artist. She also has my hand dyed yarn. *nudge* I know you are not supposed to buy, but one of you broke the rule so you all should get a free one as long as you buy something for the others right? ;) Seriously - if you would take a look and let me know what you think of it I would appreciate it.

JenBut said...

Much as I would like to go to the Wool Gathering, I think the weekend is busy enough already...

But the sock looks great!

Dave said...

Whoa, very cool sock!

Leone said...

Well... the west Canadian coast is pretty close to Ohio right?

Poo. Oh well, I'll just have to live vicariously through you again :P

Um... those socks? TOO FREAKIN' COOL!!!! ARGH!!!!!

KelInCal said...

September socks lookin' good! I'm going to have to try my hand at argyles - they're too cool, especially with the skull!

Go Diane!

Screaming Wendy said...

I agree with Tonia-where's MY sock yarn?! I love-love-love your super sexy foot model!!!!

MollyBeees said...

Cool socks! I especially like the way you made the toe match the shirt of the lady in the photo above. Now THAT's planning!

Annabelle said...

The socks are totally cool. I'm really going to have to try and make them