Quick Update and List
Sep. 27th, 2005 @ 08:14 am
|I first posted about this demo back in August, when they notified me of the date. NO ONE at all commented on it, and I've been begging and pleading on all my e-mail lists for warm bodies to keep me company. If I had thought you'd want to weave, I'd have already hit you up....*g*
pish, you should've hit me up. you KNOW I've been on the hunt for more weaving time!I have royal purple and bright emerald. /snip/ I've got plans for some of that purple, so I can't/don't want to use all of it.
Ohh no no no!!! no don't use up the last of your purple and green for this! I can use whatever colors you've got - I'm not picky at all, even if it's obnoxiously loud. We can talk more at Bedford about this, 'kay?
Thanks for the heads up on munchies and lunch. I probably will bring something to toss into the cooler. do you like your tea High Octane (sweet) or not?
Low Octane - I have switched to Splenda for the diet and it's working pretty well.
Don't worry - it won't be ALL my yarns...*snicker* I have lots, I just can't remember which colors I have. The purple yarn is a completely brand new 1 pound cone, still shrink-wrapped. I've got more than enough for what I'm planning...once I decide on the stripe pattern/sequence/do I want green pinstripes or not/etc. *That's* why it hasn't been woven yet - I can't make up my mind!
I'll drag out the yarns this week and come up with something suitably nice for you to play with. I'll also pull out my Pattern book and see what pattern I can come up with that uses a simple twill treadling. *g*
there's a place locally that's called Yarn Heaven... not 100% sure what their stock is like, but I can call on them this weekend and ask if they've got cotton yarn to work with, or any other kind. I'm going right by there Sat. Afternoon, it'll be nothing to stop in and have me a looksee - just tell me specifically what you'd be looking for.
allllll righty then! Low Octane Breakfast Tea, noted. Munchies... I'm thinking sage sausage balls for nibbles, noted. lunch, noted.
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