Saturday, April 10, 2010


I should be playing with a JavaScript library. My assignment is due next Saturday, and there's quite a bit left to do. So what am I doing? Why, casting on for my Clapotis, of course! Reds and blacks... I think we're back to my favorite color combination.

Don't believe me? Look, spinning! Why, yes, it's black and burgundy. With just a bit of glitter for added drama. Now, if that's not goth-tastic, I don't know what is.

And the outlier. Because statistics teaches us there's usually an outlier. Remember these? I was knitting them in December. I need the needles so I can start my socks for my one and only sock club this year -- the pattern-only option of the Janel Laidman sock club. No yarn coming into the house. Yarn diet, I'm actually doing it.

Now back to JavaScript. Somehow, I doubt that site will make itself interactive if I just keep looking at it.


Bonnie said...

If the JavaScript involved skull stitch markers too, it might be more fun! Good luck with the Clapotis of Batty Colors.

Kaye said...

I dunno! If you could make it interactive by just staring at it, you'd be set for life!

I really like the way those entrelac socks are coming out.

faeriecollege said...

Kaye might on to something there. Seems to me like you could really set your product apart if you got it done by sheer force of will :D

LOVE the clapotis! Great colours.

And good on you about the stash diet! I've still got a net reduction in stash, but I did buy yarn. People gave me LYS gift certificates for my birthday! And they had an Easter sale! And I am weeeaaaak. O well. I'll just have to knit more I suppose.

puffthemagicrabbit said...

Yup. Procraftination is a great word.

Kate said...

Just don't add 6 extra increase repeats to your clapotis like I did.

I love those socks. I would like to learn entrelac some day.

LBorealis said...

Yay! Congrats on the stash diet! It takes such effort.

Your spinning continues to amaze me. And you're making me want to finish my clapotis .

JelliDonut said...

I love red/black too! Just dropping by from Ravelry Friends to say hi and check out your blog. Nice!

Kathy Kathy Kathy said...

Great new word. Thank you.