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Tuesday, November 21, 2006

SO OT Knitting. Season Finale Top Model 6

OK, confession! I knit mostly in front of the TV. And that makes me look at a lot of TV. So favourits are: Scrubs, Star Trek, Absolutely Fab, Nanny, Mash, Top Model (Go Tyra!) and Oprah, of course occasionally a Dr.Phil, and E.R. But I like feel good movies. I Luv Forrest Gump, Sound of Music, Pretty Women and the drama I watch is Matrix and of course The Lord of the Rings trilogy. But good TV is what makes me totally need to frog several rows. No, simple knits there. So Which of the girls will win? I have no clue. I so did not agree last time, and somehow I like Jade, Diva as is, but she works hard. Arrogant? What a projection on her. Now, For real it is sooo exiting: It is Joanie.It is what they want. With fake teeth. I just hate veneers. It is Jade going out. It is CRAZY! Oh now. I always my favourite that goes. Ohh...Well. Sigh. Anyhow. Im doing a serious Enterlac fix. And it is soo difficult since it is uneven numbers of squares.


Fru Babsan said...

I'm not exactly sure what the picture of the sweet sheep are doing in your posting about Top Model, but the fur is lovely and so is the yarn.

I too knit in front of the tellyset. Oprah, Greys anatomy, CSI and Buyllshit is my favourites togheter with Efter 10 i TV4.

But if I'm really to fondle myself I put in a DVD with Pride and Prejudice or Sence and Sensability (the brittish versions, of course). I can watch them over and over again. Kind of have a crush on both Hugh Grant and Colin Firth. :)

Cina said...

Vad skönt att det inte bara är jag som tittar mycket på tv = stickar.

HPNY Knits said...

we once did a poll in our knitting group in NYC, and most of us knit watching TV, and commuting. thats why its good to have a sock going at all times...

Mary, Mary... said...

I vote for the sheep on the left. I have a love/hate relationship with boucle--love the way it looks, hate knitting with it. I keep buying it though.;)
Turkish stitch: even # stitches.
K1 *YO, K2tog* K1. Every row. You can alternate with a row of knitting for stability. Easiest 'lace' I know! Barbara Walker has it in her first book.