100th Post! and a Contest
In celebration of this auspicious event, I was going to ask for Blogger pros to help me figure out what happened to my Posting Template text window, but I figured it out while I was typing this post. (Security settings had gotten reset and I needed to re-allow the script.) How cool am I?
No, really. Talk to me about triumphing over IT woes in a comment. I'll choose the one that makes me smile the biggest, or cry the hardest, or pee my pants laughing. Or if I can't choose, I will draw names out of a hat or something. :)
The winner gets to choose ONE of the following (I hope y'all like pink):
A) 2 50g skeins of Melon-Pink Shelridge Farm Soft Touch Ultra 100% Wool (3-Ply Fingering Weight Hand-Dyed, 175 yds, handwash, lay flat to dry). This stuff feels GREAT, has a nice tight, springy ply to it, and if I don't destash it first will probably turn into socks for moi. Photo
B) 1 100g skein of orange/navy/pink variegated Hill Country Yarns Sweet Feet 100% merino sock yarn (1"=9 sts, 4oz 400 yds, handwash, lay flat to dry). I threw this into the list to make a 3some of choices. I actually really love it and would wear the socks constantly. If I ever got around to making them. Color-poor photo
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C) 1 skein of pink/orange/gold variegated Landes Geeks hand painted by Danielle mohair yarn (90% mohair, 10% nylon, 500 yds, laceweight). The photo doesn't do this justice; unless you like your yarn to look like an internal organ. It's lofty and fluffy and the colors are to die for. If mohair didn't give me hairballs, it would already be a headscarf. Photo
I will announce the winner next Tuesday!