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Lock-ins are for knitting

Well, I took the Wallaby. And I finished the yoke. And then I did the neck ribbing. And then I got almost halfway up the hood before I ran out of yarn! I didn’t sleep a wink last night, didn’t even lay down, and even though I slept several hours today, I am still so tired it’s not even funny. I need a vacation to recover from my lock-in! In a less responsibility-filled world, I could look into flights to Canada and maybe visit with the Yarn Harlot. Or at least hang out an Lettuce Knit and perhaps fondle yarn that she has touched. Fame by association or something, HA!

Of course, the fact that she just posed her three current sock projects in the SNOW are giving me a bit of pause, but I’m thinking that the gorgeous cardie she just finished may overcome my aversion to cold. I suppose I could wait until it warms up there. Surely it must approach at least 60F in mid-July, right? ;)

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