Thursday, April 20, 2006

My Second Ever pair of Socks!....Well, my third ever SOCK. ;-)

Okay, so this is my third SOCK, which is the START of my 2nd ever PAIR of sockS. ;-)


Working on them now, for my daughter....finished up a few of the Curley Purley Easter eggs, but no pics of THOSE yet. I DO have a pick of the first Boo sock, tho!

I'm working on it's mate, and should have it done for this weekend. I had HOPED to see The Harlot at WEBS, but I don't think that's gonna happen. Turns out I didn't read the part on the website where it said I needed to REGISTER, and now they're BOOKED SOLID.

Damn.

6 comments:

DianeS said...

Wow, another pair of socks! You're obviously more focused than I am lately.

I saw Steph at Skaneateles and had a wonderful evening. Good luck in your efforts to go!

livnletlrn said...

I love knitting kidsocks. So fast! Enjoy!

Cirilia said...

Just to let you know, we are pretty much at capacity for the reading, but you can certainly come to the signing which will be at the store directly after her reading. We have a massive sale going on right now and it's going to be a party!

The Curly Knitter said...

Claire...not sure where you are but tomorrow night the Harlot will be in North Grafton MA at Classic Yarns of Grafton...come on down and join us all if you can!!!

thegabbyknitter said...

Great socks! I didn't realize that you had to register until last Friday when I happened to be cruising their site and saw it. I did get somthing in mail from Webs today saying that she will be going back to Webs to sign books so you could at least go to that and still get to meet her.

Cirilia said...

I do indeed work at Webs. To be honest, if you showed up at the Clarion nice and early (before 2 p.m.) you will probably be able to grab a seat and hear the Harlot. We asked people to register to get an idea what size crowd we could expect, but there isn't going to be a list, or ticket collection or anything. They are asking for a donation of low sugar cereal. We're really hoping that we won't have to turn anyone away from the reading.