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  • What a great idea; saves you the trouble of having to actually roll up the kid in the rug yourself.

  • Happy weekend to you too!
    I am expecting an old Rowan magazine about denim to land in my mailbox today, so I will either spend my weekend looking at that, or cursing the mail for not bringing it.
    Not felting any rugs here, no no no.

  • Reminds me of the EZ Gaffer’s scarf incident. see postcard after scrolling down on this page: http://www.schoolhousepress.com/tools.htm
    Stupid me, I thought I could knit that rug but now I realize I am missing an important supply: child to insert in tube. Wish the pattern had been published before the biological alarm rang!

  • Reminds me of the EZ Gaffer scarf incident. Scroll down on this page to see postcard documentation: http://www.schoolhousepress.com/tools.htm
    Would love to knit that rug but realize I am missing something from the supply list: child to insert in tube. Drat! Of course, depending on the day, I could probably find a neighbor willing to share.
    Hope your weekend is great, Kay!

  • … Get down, isn’t it a pity,
    Hot little bug in a tube of knitting
    Bues & pinks from toes to head
    Where’s the orange, where’s the red?
    Next time different color scheme
    Buy the yarn and we’ll make the scene
    Come-on come-on we will knit all night
    Herringbone made in colors bright!
    And babe, don’t you know it’s a pity
    Stash has limits, even when pretty
    As meriko tube of knitting
    Little bug’s tube of knitting …
    (now this is gonna be stuck in my head all day!)

  • This made me snerk so hard! Some kids just need to be tubed!

  • Oh my! I just finished my rug and it looks remarkably similar to the one in the photo. I’ll post it on Ravelry next week, when I can get it home from the county fair.
    I LOVE this pattern. Thinking of one in reds (scarlet,) grays, maybe black for my OSU grad sister. Go Buckeyes!

  • Oh my stars! I just finished the rug and it looks remarkably like the one in the photo. I’ll post it on Ravelry next week, when I get it home from the county fair. No children, large or small, remain around here to model though.
    I LOVE, LOVE this pattern. I’m thinking of another in reds (scarlet,) grays/black for my OSU grad sister. Go Buckeyes!

  • Hot town? where?
    C-c-c-cold in the Eastern Townships.

  • Love that rug. After my niece’s blanket my stash is heavy on cotton, but this is on the “someday” list!!

  • A swatch of swaddling!

  • tis sunday even in florida
    have a good one

  • Now I’ll know what to do to contain my twin nephews when they visit…

  • Now I’ll know what to do to contain my twin nephews when they visit…

  • Now I’ll know what to do to contain my twin nephews when they visit…

  • I just needed to tell you that I never knew the line was “Hot town.” All this time, it was simply “hot time” to me.