A good weekend

I had one of the best weekends.

My sister came up from SD to visit. I went to the knitting meetup early morning, and rushed to Irvine station to pick her up.

Knitting meetup was quite good too. best gifts ever: yarn from Korea! One of the members got a yarn bomb from Korea and brought some to the meetup to give out. I got 750yds of PINK bamboo cotton yarn in lace weight, and then sport weight cotton/nylon blend in soft beige, with bits of glitter dark green, red, and purple yarn. Soo cool!

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some pics from the meet up. We’re eating!! We always do lunch at 12ish, and because the place is at Blink Cafe, we use their kitchen. =) The lady on the left is the chef hehe. She cooks everything on the menu at Blink. The lady on the right is the one in charge, and she brought these yarns for us. =)

 

Ohhh and I totally take back what I said about IK and VK in the last post. Over the weekend, I really sat down to READ the magazines: IK Weekend and VK Winter. I still don’t like the paper quality but wow, the designs are so much better than I expected! Esp IK Weekend is all about practical, comfortable stuff for everyone in the family. I love it when they have men’s patterns. Love the new layout too. Makes more sense. I also got to read IK Holiday Gifts at Borders today while my bf was working out his Fantasy Draft… Love love love the pattern for men’s sweater. I forget the name already, but it was top-down, saddle shoulders, with simple garter or reverse St st in the middle. I can see my dad in it. ๐Ÿ˜€ IK is going more knit-in-the-round, and top-down.

I cast on something from VK too. In the round, bottom-up fair-isle sweater. I’m using the yarn I recycled from my sister’s ex’s sweater. Hope karma has nothing to do with the fit of the sweater or anything. Keke

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2 thoughts on “A good weekend

  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog! Glad to find yours, too. So neat that you got to mine through an Interweave Tweet. I am not even entirely sure what that is ๐Ÿ™‚ I don’t tweet, but need to check into it!

    • Thank you so much for visiting! =) If you’re on Facebook, Twitter is like Facebook, but just with the status updates. It’s shorter (under 140 characters) so I guess it’s a quicker way of communicating and sharing stuff; you can also link your facebook to twitter so that when you update one, it automatically updates the other.

      Anyways! Happy Knitting, and have a safe Halloween weekend. Did you knit anything for your costume?

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