Hi guys, this is a driveby blogging, since I spent the day riding and hunting up the bits and pieces that I need to camp for the nights ahead of me. (Have I ever mentioned the camping? It’s not my favourite part of the rally.) Now I’ve got a little time left over in my day, and our good man Pato is coming over to help me adjust my new bike seat. (It’s not good people, not good. Hopefully Pato can fix it. He’s handy like that.) If I hustle through that, I’ll have a nice evening ahead of me, with some knitting in it, and I can’t sacrifice that, or I’ll be screaming in the street. (The pressure might be getting to me a little.)
Still, seemed like a good time for more presents, and behold!
From Caroline over at Wool For Brains, we have this lovely handwoven project bag.
I know, handwoven! I know that Mother Seraphima will love it. (Not that a nuns Karma was ever in doubt, but how lovely to see her name come up!)
Last year Christina won a pretty skein of yarn, and so this year she’s paying it forward, a lovely skein of merino/rayon/nylon handdyed (by her two little hands) sock yarn
and she’ll be sending that along to Sue P.
Deb Moran, designer of the fab pattern for these socks Roadtrip to Rhinebeck
would like to make five knitters days a little nicer, so she’ll be sending digital copies to Bethany A, Jen K, Edie S, Sarah G and Allison R.
Next up, well just hold onto your socks. (On the needles, or otherwise.) Liz S has taken full leave of her senses, and in an incredible display of love and generosity, is offering up the most amazing chunk of her stash. Three cheers for Liz!
Debbie Bliss Eco Aran – 5 skeins, going off to the email that starts with Redvan.
Debbie Bliss Eco – 5 skeins headed straight to Michelle F.
Queensland Super Aussie – 8 skeins, going out to Allison C.
Cascade 128 Superwash 2 skeins for Vicki K.
Rowan Truesilk 3 skeins for Nancy R.
Once again, thanks so much to everyone who’s participating. It’s an amazing thing, what’s happening. Everyone on our little family team is a top fundraiser, and they’re getting there one little bit at a time, and we are all so grateful. In case you’ve somehow missed what we’re doing, we’re riding Toronto to Montreal (leaving Sunday, yikes) in support of the People with Aids Foundation. If you make a donation to anyone on our little team:
and then send an email to me at Stephanie@yarnharlot.ca with “Enter me” as the subject line, and give me your address, and whether or not you’d like to be in it for spinning gifts, or just knitting, then you’re in for the draws, and there’s a lot (and I mean, a lot) left to give away!
See you tomorrow. I’m off to knit and ice my arse.