Love Means Having a Contest
September 22, 2009
Adding to the oddness of life, lately, is the sound of your voice and my voice coming out of my computer, reading our audiobook. Are you finding this weird, or is it just me? We sound so wholesome! We sound like we never ever wever cuss, or yell at our children. (I know you don’t yell at your children–that’s MY super power–but I have heard you cuss, Missy! Ironic cussing is still cussing! You can call it the spice that makes language savory, but it’s still cussing!) I’m especially enjoying the old blog entries we read, in addition to the non-patterny portions of Mason-Dixon Knitting Outside the Lines. I’m laughing at our hijinks all over again. So many hijinks! So much knitting gone wrong, or gone right, but always in public.
Anyway, I want to give away a couple of copies of our audiobook. Therefore, a contest is required. Pay attention, now.
You see above you a photograph of Kay’s latest knitting project. The game is to guess the name of the project and its source. (Hint: the instructions for the project have been published in the USA and the UK. That’s a huge hint! No more hints!)
Note: It is possible that Kay is not following the pattern exactly (now there’s a shocker), and the photo shows the project as a work most definitely in progress, but the project is still recognizable as The Project.
To enter, leave a comment to this blog post stating the name of the project and its source. (There may be 2 right answers to both questions, but all correct answers will count.)
There will be 2 winners. The first audiobook will go to the first person to give correct answers to BOTH QUESTIONS. The second audiobook will be awarded by random drawing from all of the entries with correct answers to BOTH QUESTIONS.
DEADLINE: Wednesday, September 23 at noon, New York Time.
OK, back to whatever you were doing.