So today on your 9th Birthday I salute you both--Dreamkatcher's Bailey and Dreamcatcher's Kahlua(AKA BB and Cracky(as in crackhead--if you met her you'd get it-she's a little high strung)). Have some Sheba Chicken and bask in the sunspot my Tonkinese babies!!
I'll post a picture if I can get them to sit still long enough :)
Bailey and Kahlua
EDIT: Better late than never :) Bailey is my lover kitty(he's never met anyone he didn't like) on the left--lilac solid and Kahlua is the high strung, running away kitty on the right--I wish she would have looked up so you could see her pretty blue eyes--seal point.
Happy knitting and stitching,
Today's "Stitching Blogger's Question" was suggested by Cathy (http://itwillbefunny.blogspot.com) and is:
Do you mark or hi-lite your patterns or can you follow them without any markings? Do you make copies to mark up, or do you mark originals?
I almost always have to make a working copy, because most patterns are too small for me to accurately read--I'll take more pages and bigger print any day(it's worth its weight in gold as far as I'm concerned). I highlight each square as I finsh it and throw out the page when I am done. I prefer not to mark up my originals if I can help it.
And am I the only one that cannot follow color charts--those really mess me up and I usually will not buy them because of it.
Booking Through Thursday
I'm referring to the reading type of book club, where members all read the same book, then gather to discuss it.
- Do you, or have you, ever belonged to a book club? Yes, an online one.
- Why, or why not? I like the idea of reading the same thing and seeing everyone's perspectives on the same text.
- If you are in a book club, or were once, what did you like about it? I am a part of Knit the Classics(although I'm skipping this month's selection). I like that we read the same thing and also knit a project of our choice inspired by the books we read--it combines my two favorite pastimes
- What did you dislike about the book club? I don't really dislike anything about KTC--I mostly get disappointed with myself if I can't keep up with the time table or can't get into the book.