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Winning!

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Dear Ann,
So, today is what I call Monday Plus One, and I did the random drawing. The winners of a copy of Wearwithall are Mary (whose email address starts with “goodmary”) and Angela (whose email address starts with “matangoconnor”). I’ve emailed the winners for their mailing addresses.
Congrats and enjoy, Mary and Angela! Everybody else, if you want to show these independent designers some love, you can buy the book here; you can also ask your LYS and your local library to carry it.
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The State of Kay’s Knitting
The state of my knitting is strong. But so far, 2012 has been a weird year for knitting. I can sum it up in one word: Cowls. Or two words: Honey Cowl.
I have lost track of how many Honey Cowls I’ve made. Utter failure of knitting accountancy. I have just been cranking them out. Kind of OCD-ish, even for me. I was not handing them out to strangers, exactly, but I did leave a finished Honey Cowl in the seat-back pocket of my flight at the end of February from Nashville to New York. I blame Jack White.
JACK WHITE WAS SITTING TWO ROWS IN FRONT OF ME.
I was trying to stay cool, while giving off a subtle message of Sure I’m Old Enough To Be Your Mom But I Am Not Your Mom OK? Of course I kept knitting. I bound off one Honey Cowl, in Berrocco Ultra Alpaca, crammed it in the seat-back pocket (dum de dum dum), and cast on another Honey Cowl, in MadTosh DK. Not skipping a beat. Not suffering from any palpitations about JACK WHITE ON MY PLANE or anything. It took a few days for me to realize that my Honey Cowl inventory was one Honey Cowl short.
I am still telling people about Jack White being on my plane. It was like seeing Elvis. I tell you what: it was worth the sacrifice of a Honey Cowl. (He was en route to New York for his SNL performance. Most of the people on the plane, a middle-aged commuting bunch, had no clue. Just me and the flight attendant (who was nearly old enough to be MY mom but, like me, exceeded customary coolness-for-age quotients), and she was all “Mr. White” this and “Mr. White” that. He had lovely manners.)
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So here are the last two, ready for blocking. Not really in a hurry seeing as how it’s MAY and my recipients will not be needing a wool cowl for a while. They are both Madtosh DK, 3 skeins (for extra plushness), in Grasshopper and Thunderstorm. I’m still going to add one more skein to my personal Honey Cowl, in Wheat. Because 2 skeins was just not doing it for me. But again, no rush.
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Olive prefers the “Ellis Island” styling option. The youngest of Tevye the Terriye’s three daughters, she has run off with a German Shepherd to start a new life in America.
Love,
Kay
P.S. And also, dishrags:
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226 Comments

  1. That poor, poor, dog… you are a mean Pack Leader making her wear your cowl! One day she’ll get her own back. Oh, no, she’s done that already, hasn’t she?!! She looks wonderful. If I did that with Immy I’d lose digits…

  2. Olive looks positively cosmopolitan in that Honey Cowl!

  3. Now, I remember – it’s YOU that I have to blame for my Honey Cowl madness. I’ve made 2, with the third on the way. They are just pretty, easy, and great gifts. Thanks, I think, for turning me on to them….

  4. First off – Love Olive in the Cowl!!! Totally Elliss Island – Also – Thanks for the dishrag pictures because now I am going to have to bust out my Mason Dixon book and start making some of those!!!!

  5. First off – Love Olive in the Cowl!!! Totally Elliss Island – Also – Thanks for the dishrag pictures because now I am going to have to bust out my Mason Dixon book and start making some of those!!!!

  6. If Tess of the D’Urbervilles (ala Natasha Kinski) was a dog, she’d look just like Olive!
    Speaking of dishrags, have you tried this one:
    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/leafy-washcloth
    I stumbled across it somehow, and have fallen down a dishrag-knitting hole. They’re easy, fast and really cute when you get a whole bunch of them going on.

  7. wow. wow. wow. Hey, I saw Garnethill has a dishrag afghan!

  8. OMG! Jack White was so close to you! I would have just about died! You should have given him the cowl, instead of leaving it on the plane!

  9. You are to blame for my very own honey cowl addiction. Knitty City keeps the MadDK on the shelf under the MadPash. Guess which one I fell for? Although with the bigger skein and the extra softness, you can make a really nice Honey Cowl out of one skein. I’ll keep telling myself I’m saving money. I should probably find another hotel in NYC. The one I always stay in is right across the street. I can practically smell the woolly goodness from my room.

  10. You are to blame for my very own honey cowl addiction. Knitty City keeps the MadDK on the shelf under the MadPash. Guess which one I fell for? Although with the bigger skein and the extra softness, you can make a really nice Honey Cowl out of one skein. I’ll keep telling myself I’m saving money. I should probably find another hotel in NYC. The one I always stay in is right across the street. I can practically smell the woolly goodness from my room.

  11. You are to blame for my very own honey cowl addiction. Knitty City keeps the MadDK on the shelf under the MadPash. Guess which one I fell for? Although with the bigger skein and the extra softness, you can make a really nice Honey Cowl out of one skein. I’ll keep telling myself I’m saving money.

  12. Dang! How’d I miss that giveaway? Oh well, it’s not like I ever actually win anything. ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Dang! How’d I miss that giveaway? Oh well, it’s not like I ever actually win anything. ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Olive is a good egg!

  15. I love Olive!

  16. oooh, i’m knitting a honey cowl at the moment too (just my first).
    http://www.ravelry.com/projects/yarncycle/honey-cowl
    i’m doing it in sock yarn – have you done any in fingering weight? not sure how wide to make it (or how long it’s going to take ………)

  17. Love the picture of Olive! Gave me a laugh on a day I needed a good laugh. Give her a hug for me!

  18. I love Olive in the Honey Cowl. She is super adorable and elegant (for a dog) all at the same time.

  19. He totally would have worn it on SNL! If it was white, black, red, or gray. Nice job not slobbering over him or self.

  20. Thanks for the picture of Olive – I had been feeling Olive-deprived.
    The cowls are nice too….
    minm

  21. >>Tevye the Terriye, snort. Someone somewhere is treasuring that Honey Cowl they found on the next flight, no doubt about it.

  22. I once found somebody’s abandoned orange in the seat back pocket. I would much rather have found a cowl. Probably the motherly flight attendant found it and gave it to Mr White. That’s what happened!

  23. oy Tevye the Terrier’s daughter! I think the whole soundtrack just started in my brain….sunrise, sunset…

  24. Dear Kay,
    I know I’m not your mother, but did you call the airline about the cowl? Can understand being distracted by Jack White. The only rock and roller I have seen in real life was the lead singer from The Fine Young Cannibals, before they were famous but after he had been in a movie. I think it was in 1987. He was a lovely young man and was very nice about it.
    Olive is adorable. If she were Tevye’s daughter wouldn’t she be called something more like Rivka?

  25. Olive is clearly zonked out on smoked turkey. I just don’t think she really gets the deal with Madtosh DK.

  26. Olive is Lovely in her cowl. It is clearly her color.

  27. made one honey cowl and MANY dishcloths……love.

  28. If only your airplane cowl could talk – where has it has been, who it has seen, is it still in the US???? Could be a plot for a novel, miniseries….
    Olive and the cowl look great, I photographed my first cowl (soft mint colour) being modelled by my dog Clydey (grey Westie x) he adopted an aloof expression and I expect he was secretly hoping for a thankyou treat.
    I’ve managed a second honeycowl and planning more – I describe it as being “Mason-Dixon enabled”

  29. My American Bulldog is wearing my honey cowl on rav as well, we should have support group!
    Glad to see you back a tad more often, and so sorry about the lost cowl, but I agree, I’m sure someone is wearing it!!

  30. Great story. Olive is adorable. Now I have an urge to make a honey cowl despite the warm weather. I am glad you were not making sweaters. Of course, since I am away from home, I am also battling the urge to run over to Wally-World to buy some yarn to make a “warsh-rag” or two.

  31. I’ve still not been bitten by the Honey Cowl bug. But the Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief has me. I’ve made two and have plans for more. (I don’t EVER want to make more than one of anything – socks are hard.)
    So, if you are looking for a new addiction:
    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-age-of-brass-and-steam-kerchief

  32. My God, Kay! JACK WHITE!

  33. Great post! I saw that adorable picture of Jack White and wondered how that would connect to the post, then POW! How lucky can you get? He seemed like a very nice young man in It Might Get Loud, which I watched on the advice of my guitar-playing teenaged nephew. Otherwise I would not have had a clue who he was.
    Also, Olive looked lovely in the honey cowl.

  34. I love seeing the dishrags again!! I, too, love knitting this pattern but only in the summer.

  35. Mmmm, my hand is on my heart, and I’m sending lovelovelove! Thanks for this. When you and Ann write, my world brightens.

  36. Thanks so much for this post — I didn’t realize how badly I need new dishrags until I scrolled through. I haven’t had a dishrag knitting frenzy for a long while, but I do feel one coming on. Good to see that Olive is well and as lovely as ever in the becoming Honey Cowl. And I’m pleased to know that Jack White has lovely manners since I do always wonder about that type of thing.

  37. Oh! That’s so cool about Jack White! Olive is adorable no matter what she’s wearing and in any style. DISHRAGS!! They make me happy.

  38. Making me snort out loud at work. Not cool.

  39. Jack White!
    Olive!
    beautiful cowls!
    what more could you want in a blog post??!!

  40. Dear kay
    I love your blog all the way from down under in Australia.
    I have made the Mitred Cross blanket and the Fussy Cuts blanket and the honey cowl and now Im on to the Ballband dishcloth! Just one question…do you carry the yarn over when changing colours or cut off and weave in? Im finding the latter a little tricky and tending to unravel due to the thickness of the yarn and needles. Any suggestions would be welcome as I hope to do a few more and can see how they could become addictive. Thanks

  41. PS I hate it when a dog knows how to wear a cowl better than I do.

  42. I love the cowls, but oh, my heart is aflutter with the dishcloths – think I will pack cotton for the holiday weekend – a little bit of beach sand never hurt dishcloth cotton, right?

  43. HoneyCowl, ShmoneyCowl. JACK WHITE! Right on.

  44. HoneyCowl, SchmoneyCowl … JACK WHITE! Right on.

  45. I started my Honey Cowl, in madtosh pashmina, on the last chilly day in March. I’m maybe a quarter done with it, but it will have to wait until it cools off again. I’ve also knit two dishcloths for my mom, and she’s asking for more….
    And I was SURE you were going to say you gifted Jack White with a honey cowl, which I think he could pull off!

  46. Ok. Listen. I’m not old enough to be your mother; maybe your older sister and I’m good at that.. This is the second time I have read in this blog about handknits being left in the seat pocket. By an author of this blog. Ya get what I’m sayin’? I don’t know what is more upsetting. The repeated loss of handknits or the failure of any of us to find them on the plane’s next flight.

  47. How do you think a lamb would look in your cowl?
    p.s. Love the dishcloths.

  48. Love Tevye the Terriye’s youngest daughter cowl style.
    My “dog models textiles” game is similar to this. When Luke-the-Lab-mix sports a head covering, I call him Mother Russia, and suggest he go outside to dig up some cold-hardy root vegetables! : )

  49. Did Olive give the cowl back?
    If she did, it’s because she wants one of her own in a more flattering color. Trust me. I’m sure she recalls how the worst winter weather felt on her delicate ears and dainty tummy! (She may be tough as nails, but she seems all girly-girl at heart!)

  50. I also am a big fan of Ball band dishclothes and inspired by the concept of adding a third block or row of color from time to time.
    So I too would love the answer to mitali’s question (above) about tricks you use when you change to a third color.

  51. Hello questioners!
    I do not cut the yarn until I’m done using it. I just carry it along up the side when not in use. After years of doing this, it looks quite neat to me. I tend to use a lot of colors so I have plenty of ends to weave in without cutting them after every color change.
    Happy dishragging,
    Kay

  52. Hello questioners!
    I do not cut the yarn until I’m done using it. I just carry it along up the side when not in use. After years of doing this, it looks quite neat to me. I tend to use a lot of colors so I have plenty of ends to weave in without cutting them after every color change.
    Happy dishragging,
    Kay

  53. Hello questioners!
    I do not cut the yarn until I’m done using it. I just carry it along up the side when not in use. After years of doing this, it looks quite neat to me. I tend to use a lot of colors so I have plenty of ends to weave in without cutting them after every color change.
    Happy dishragging,
    Kay

  54. I am totally in love with Olive.

  55. There ls a madtosh cowl knitted like the dishrags….in the round…provisional cast on….12 bricks then 12 bricks with the colors reversed….three needle bind off…..and you have a reversible, plushy, jewel of a cowl…..one skein each of two colors knits a short one…..the possibilities are bountiful

  56. Hmm – Jack White…
    I’m not sure I really believe this of myself, but I just bought a ticket for Jack White’s 8:00pm performance at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre here in Vancouver, BC Canada this evening.
    And further, I am not really too sure how this came about except for a serendipitous series of events and just pure determination. It has taken me a bit to kind of figure out what those events were and to put the pieces together – I’m a little slow. But once I had, I was determined to see his concert.
    I saw Jack White’s pic on your blog and read the story of him being on your plane and thought, that’s cool – hmm interesting, never heard of him, wonder who he is, kind of thing. That was a couple of days ago. Then yesterday on my way home from my amazing Saturday job at Maiwa.com where I sell fibre arts supplies including lots of yarny goodness, I noticed our local entertainment paper, the Georgia Straight in a paper box as I alighted from the bus. It had a full page photo of guess who? Why Jack White of course. Wow, who is this guy? Didn’t I just see his pic a few days ago? Right, I did, on Mason Dixon Knitting. My arms were full of bags and packages and a huge bouquet of peonies. I momentarily thought to grab the Straight, but did not have enough hands. I simply went home.
    Today, Sunday the 27th of May, I sat and knit for a bit on Janel Laidman’s Rivendell socks and then took a snack break. My snack break included rereading Mason Dixon’s Knitting blog and again was reminded of Jack White. Curious, I went to Google and You Tube to see who this guy really was. As I was watching one clip, I noticed just below the video, a line that read something like, “Jack White, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, May 27th”. What? – oh that was what the Georgia Straight cover was all about. And then the next clip showed a bit of video that I had already seen before. But where? Oh, yes, I started to watch “It Might Get Loud” on Netflix. Good Lord, Jack White had been everywhere and in my face for the past week.
    So I did the only normal thing that I could do, I logged onto Ticketmaster to see if I could get a ticket for this evening’s performance. Sold out! NO, not possible. I need to go to this concert and the theatre is only 5 blocks from where I live. Determined, I was sure there was a single ticket just for me. I just wasn’t feeling sure, I KNEW there was one and that I just had to be patient. So I let it be for a bit and then, guess what? After numerous logins and attempts to search for a seat, a 7th row centre orchestra ticket came up available and it is mine, all MINE.
    I AM going to see Jack White perform this evening. I will probably be the only grandmotherly type there. Oh, what the Hell, I am only going to live once in this body, I might as well live.
    I’ll let you know how it goes later… Loud, I expect!

  57. Hmm – Jack White…
    I’m not sure I really believe this of myself, but I just bought a ticket for Jack White’s 8:00pm performance at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre here in Vancouver, BC Canada this evening.
    And further, I am not really too sure how this came about except for a serendipitous series of events and just pure determination. It has taken me a bit to kind of figure out what those events were and to put the pieces together – I’m a little slow. But once I had, I was determined to see his concert.
    I saw Jack White’s pic on your blog and read the story of him being on your plane and thought, that’s cool – hmm interesting, never heard of him, wonder who he is, kind of thing. That was a couple of days ago. Then yesterday on my way home from my amazing Saturday job at Maiwa.com where I sell fibre arts supplies including lots of yarny goodness, I noticed our local entertainment paper, the Georgia Straight in a paper box as I alighted from the bus. It had a full page photo of guess who? Why Jack White of course. Wow, who is this guy? Didn’t I just see his pic a few days ago? Right, I did, on Mason Dixon Knitting. My arms were full of bags and packages and a huge bouquet of peonies. I momentarily thought to grab the Straight, but did not have enough hands. I simply went home.
    Today, Sunday the 27th of May, I sat and knit for a bit on Janel Laidman’s Rivendell socks and then took a snack break. My snack break included rereading Mason Dixon’s Knitting blog and again was reminded of Jack White. Curious, I went to Google and You Tube to see who this guy really was. As I was watching one clip, I noticed just below the video, a line that read something like, “Jack White, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, May 27th”. What? – oh that was what the Georgia Straight cover was all about. And then the next clip showed a bit of video that I had already seen before. But where? Oh, yes, I started to watch “It Might Get Loud” on Netflix. Good Lord, Jack White had been everywhere and in my face for the past week.
    So I did the only normal thing that I could do, I logged onto Ticketmaster to see if I could get a ticket for this evening’s performance. Sold out! NO, not possible. I need to go to this concert and the theatre is only 5 blocks from where I live. Determined, I was sure there was a single ticket just for me. I just wasn’t feeling sure, I KNEW there was one and that I just had to be patient. So I let it be for a bit and then, guess what? After numerous logins and attempts to search for a seat, a 7th row centre orchestra ticket came up available and it is mine, all MINE.
    I AM going to see Jack White perform this evening. I will probably be the only grandmotherly type there. Oh, what the Hell, I am only going to live once in this body, I might as well live.
    I’ll let you know how it goes later… Loud, I expect!

  58. Hmm – Jack White…
    I’m not sure I really believe this of myself, but I just bought a ticket for Jack White’s 8:00pm performance at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre here in Vancouver, BC Canada this evening.
    And further, I am not really too sure how this came about except for a serendipitous series of events and just pure determination. It has taken me a bit to kind of figure out what those events were and to put the pieces together – I’m a little slow. But once I had, I was determined to see his concert.
    I saw Jack White’s pic on your blog and read the story of him being on your plane and thought, that’s cool – hmm interesting, never heard of him, wonder who he is, kind of thing. That was a couple of days ago. Then yesterday on my way home from my amazing Saturday job at Maiwa.com where I sell fibre arts supplies including lots of yarny goodness, I noticed our local entertainment paper, the Georgia Straight in a paper box as I alighted from the bus. It had a full page photo of guess who? Why Jack White of course. Wow, who is this guy? Didn’t I just see his pic a few days ago? Right, I did, on Mason Dixon Knitting. My arms were full of bags and packages and a huge bouquet of peonies. I momentarily thought to grab the Straight, but did not have enough hands. I simply went home.
    Today, Sunday the 27th of May, I sat and knit for a bit on Janel Laidman’s Rivendell socks and then took a snack break. My snack break included rereading Mason Dixon’s Knitting blog and again was reminded of Jack White. Curious, I went to Google and You Tube to see who this guy really was. As I was watching one clip, I noticed just below the video, a line that read something like, “Jack White, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, May 27th”. What? – oh that was what the Georgia Straight cover was all about. And then the next clip showed a bit of video that I had already seen before. But where? Oh, yes, I started to watch “It Might Get Loud” on Netflix. Good Lord, Jack White had been everywhere and in my face for the past week.
    So I did the only normal thing that I could do, I logged onto Ticketmaster to see if I could get a ticket for this evening’s performance. Sold out! NO, not possible. I need to go to this concert and the theatre is only 5 blocks from where I live. Determined, I was sure there was a single ticket just for me. I just wasn’t feeling sure, I KNEW there was one and that I just had to be patient. So I let it be for a bit and then, guess what? After numerous logins and attempts to search for a seat, a 7th row centre orchestra ticket came up available and it is mine, all MINE.
    I AM going to see Jack White perform this evening. I will probably be the only grandmotherly type there. Oh, what the Hell, I am only going to live once in this body, I might as well live.
    I’ll let you know how it goes later… Loud, I expect!

  59. olive looks quite come hither in her honey cowl
    but then the fleets in –
    i will try to say one time only it is hot in florida 98 today and storm season is early
    cascade ultra pima cotton has so many lovly colors
    think i will give it a try and go buy a flashlight

  60. olive looks quite come hither in her honey cowl
    but then the fleets in –
    i will try to say one time only it is hot in florida 98 today and storm season is early
    cascade ultra pima cotton has so many lovly colors
    think i will give it a try and go buy a flashlight

  61. Well, all I can really say is Jack White rocks!!! And he did rock with his Peacock all girl band dressed in baby blue sparkly dresses with black accents. Jack was in a baby blue suit with black shirt and blue tie. Oh and, the roadies all wore, the guys that is, black shirt, pants and hats with blue suspenders and ties and the girl roadies wore blue dresses. A colour coordinated affair. Alas, no knits.
    Here is the link to the write-up for tonights show. http://www.vancouversun.com/entertainment/Review+Jack+White+digs+deep+Vancouver/6688102/story.html
    I am still trying to regain my hearing. It was LOUD, but great. So glad I went.
    Thanks to Mason Dixon Knitting for being the catalyst that sent me off to this rock concert. I really think I was the only 60’s + grannie that was there, but I rocked with the rest of them!!

  62. Jack Black and a reference to Fiddler on the Roof in the same post. You ROCK, sister!
    Sometimes I have my cat, Lester pose with my knits. He usually looks as impressed as your Olve.

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