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A Little Contest

My weekend was good in a bunch of ways – most of them even fun. I started on a new pattern of Kristi’s that I’m test knitting for her. We had a romantic dinner out. We went to see The Queen and did a little shopping. All of that was fun.

The one thing that we did that was not so fun (because it’s more of an obligation, I suppose) was attend the annual meeting of the New England Brigade. And it’s not that it’s a bad time it’s just a long day and some of it is rather boring. Sadly, I was reelected as Clerk. Why is this sad, you ask? Because the clerk has to take minutes. It’s hard to take minutes and knit at the same time. There was one thing about the meeting that was really fun. I bumped into a fellow knit blogger.


I had Dale snap this photo of both of us wearing our Fetching mitts. I’ll send a skein of sock yarn to the first person who identifies the other blogger.

ETA: And that person is Jessalu who correctly guessed that the hands wearing the other set of mitts belong to Betty. Thanks for playing along everyone!

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  1. Is it Maggie Luongo? Or Martha of Martita Rampage? My first thought was Sharon, but she’s blogless (sadly).

  2. No idea about the other blogger, but I too have experienced the ubiquitousness of the Fetching Mitt — in the grocery store. Not a blogger, but a mother of a knitter.

  3. I have no idea who the other blogger is, but it’s so cool that you were both wearing the same mitts and have a picture to go along with it!

  4. The one job that you can’t do while knitting! And a voice recorder wouldn’t even help that much, unless you could easily identify all the different voices. Ugh.

  5. I love recognizing hand-knit patterns on others! My dear friend from high school recently started her own photography studio, and she was showing me one of her first portrait shoots and the only thing I could fixate on was the fact that the little boy was wearing the star sweater from the cover of Adorable Knits for Tots.

    And of course meeting fellow knitters — not just their projects — is fun too. 🙂

  6. What a nice surprise to meet up with another knit blogger and share the love; you do need to bow out of that Clerk position though, as knitting makes meetings so much more interesting. Start grooming them now…

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