I admit it, I cracked.

Yep, I cracked. I wanted a knitblog too. Thus, this!

This blog will be where I (primarily) talk about knitting. It’s mainly so that I can continue to read other folks’ knitblogs and not feel like some kind creepy stalker when I post comments “anonymously” (i.e. blogless, and therefore without identity). Also so that I can stop boring my LiveJournal friends with my ramblings about knitting.

Now I know that the world needs another knitblog like a yarn stash needs a moth infestation, but still, perhaps in time I can elevate this blog from the disjointed thoughts of the craft-compulsive to something useful, like how-tos, or fun, like free patterns. For now, though, it’s the ramblings and rantings of a woman with too much free time at work and not enough knitting time at home.

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3 responses to “I admit it, I cracked.

  1. jodi

    Welcome, so glad you could make it. Please accept this motivational reading material and this tall, cool glass of Kool-Aid.

    For dyeing, of course.

  2. Gulfpirate

    Dyeing’s no way to make a living.

    I probably won’t read here as religiously as your LJ, given my lack of cnitting ken. I hope you are happy here, and that having the knitblog you secretly have been craving doesn’t keep you from the occasional post for us non-knitters too!

  3. See, I just used my LJ link ‘cos there’s knitting on it even as we speak. Or write. Or read.

    I think Gulfpirate has, inadvertently, once more provided a Good Idea: Cnitting Ken. I’ll tell you right now, if you don’t use that word, I’m going to find a way to use it myself! :)

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