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Knitting, Crochet and the usual monkey business

Posted on April 15, 2010 at 8:51am 10 Comments

While the knitting & crochet juggling show was hectic at times, I did manage to get everything done. I was even able to get a jump start on some (brace yourselves) H-O-L-I-D-A-Y knitting. I know!!! can hardly believe it myself.

So, picking up where I last left off ... here is the completed baby set for my dear friend Connie's soon to arrive, any day, any minute, baby Zachary.…

When I'm in the mood for a quickie...I turn to hooking~

Posted on February 25, 2010 at 9:00am 8 Comments

Yes, I was a hooker before a knitter ... and when I have little time and a big project to tackle, crochet to the rescue!

Exhibit A - I want to make THIS (Raverly link) blanket for a baby shower and I've got just over a week to finish. Lock and load baby!…


Danger!... Danger!....

Posted on February 18, 2010 at 9:30am 13 Comments

Your circuit boards may explode from cuteness overload!

Check out Nina's Mr. Roboto kit. I was the lucky tester for this project, and let me just say, with a robo-crazy kiddo @ home, these little guys were ridiculously hard to part with!…


Merry Christmas from California!!!

Posted on December 24, 2009 at 11:16am 9 Comments

Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday and I look forward to knitting my way through 2010 with you all.


~Susan xxx…


with a little help from my friends.....

Posted on August 28, 2009 at 1:00pm 9 Comments

I think we would all agree that knitters, on the whole, are totally awesome peeps - no arguement there, Right? Right! Well I'd like to confirm just how super dooper cool the knitting community is.

In my current endevor to reduce my stash I cast on for Ulmus. Wonderful pattern, well written, gorgeous design AND used 2 skeins of sock yarn! After digging through… Continue

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At 12:40pm on March 3, 2011, CamillaInTheDesert said…

Your work is as beautiful as ingenious...

LOL love your name...


At 2:22pm on June 12, 2010, cellogirl said…
Thank you so very much for your encouraging response--I worked on it too intensely and couldn't really see it when finished--but yes, it is colors that work for me and fit into my existing wardrobe. I can always overdye later if I want a new look, but the more space between now and when I finished, I find it looks better!! Thanks for your valued opinion!!
At 7:53am on June 12, 2010, cellogirl said…
Please give me your opinion--should I overdye the sock-blank sweater? It's color-blocked with a strong contrast? I admire your taste so much, so would appreciate your comment? Thanks!! stay cool!!
At 6:57am on June 11, 2010, cellogirl said…
Hi Susan--hope that you're having a great summer--we're into hot and humid, so it's hibernation until fall--great time for knitting!! Do I see your hand in that Seasons shawl?--it' looks so you in my eyes!! Am onto another version of Tomten--a lace/cable stitch I found in Barbara Walker's Cables--got to keep upping the learning curve!! Best wishes!!
At 4:39am on June 4, 2010, Peggy Stuart said…
I have two arms done. He's been languishing in my pile of UFOs, but now I need him for Christmas. Miss Daphne will be about the right age to enjoy holding him and looking at him by then, if she's anything like her mother, who was especially drawn to any toy with a face. Just think of all the mileage I'll get from him here, too! He's a Mr. F., he's a UFO, he's a toy...does he qualify as a sock?
At 4:14pm on June 3, 2010, Peggy Stuart said…
To say nothing of...(drumroll, please)...Mr. F!
At 4:51am on May 19, 2010, cellogirl said…
Thank you so much for the encouragement--your work is so beautiful that your opinion has high cred with me. Congratulations on all of your wonderful work--that newest blue sweater is lovely, much too warm for our climate, or I'd have my needles going on it!! Have you seen the Spring Knits--Kathy Zimmerman has 4 designs, all winners!!
At 8:54am on April 22, 2010, typhoonyoon said…
Thank you so much for your ideas on baby items. I made plenty of diaper covers/ soakers for my 2 little nephews. I was able to find a knitting book with an easy pattern. I made them in cotton instead of wool. One of my nephew has quite sensitive skin.
At 9:43pm on April 21, 2010, wendy said…
OMG Susan, that is just too, too funny! I laughed for quite a bit while reading this. I'll have to forward you part of an e-mail I sent to Cheryl the other day. I love what kids say!
At 11:49am on April 21, 2010, cherylbwaters said…
Susan, I didn't go to parochial school, but I was extremely naive. I didn't curse, I didn't drink, I didn't smoke, no sex, no drugs. I was oblivious that anyone else was doing anything. When my DH and I got back together [click here for that story] he used the infamous "F" word. That's when my mouth went bad. It just felt so good to say it. I watch my mouth when out in public but when at home, well, that's another story. But I really understand the reality of watching what we say around wee ones. I had curbed my language when the oldest was born. I just didn't realize I hadn't curbed it enough. ♥c

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