We need hairnets. That’s all there is to it. I’m looking at that interview we did at Rhinebeck for Knit-A-Yarn, and I don’t know why we thought the hair was OK. I can’t believe our hair didn’t catch a gust and launch us over the fried pickle stand.
ANYway, in the interest of avoiding standing up and doing something with myself, I just watched the Knit-A-Yarn interviews with Clara “Knitter’s Book of Yarn” Parkes, Kristin “Kristin Knits” Nicholas, and Stephanie “Yarn Harlot” Pearl-McPhee, and THEY don’t look like Cousin It. Gah! What are we doing wrong?
Among the shocking confessions in these interviews:
Kristin: “I just had this pent-up color thing going on, and I wanted to put it out there.”
Clara: “My whole life is about swatches.”
Wild women, both of ’em.
Happy Thursday–am losing track of what day it is! The Christmas errand-running is pretty much like a road rally at this point, or an episode of The Amazing Race. It’s gotten to where I challenge myself with tests like: Can I get from the White Bridge Road Target to the 100 Oaks CompUSA without using Woodmont Boulevard? While avoiding I-440? Without refueling?