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“Cast on Baby” by the folks from Knitknack, to the tune of the Carly Rae Jepsen “Call me Baby”
Please note: This is not my video. I just thought it was great, so I used Youtube’s Share feature to share it here with you. If you think it’s as awesome as I do, go to the original Youtube page and leave a comment saying so.
I love it! I recognized some of you and I miss you all!! I wish I was there!
You rock girls!!
BTW, someone posted this link on the Baah Ravelry group. Hope it’s ok.
I LOVE IT! What a wonderful bunch of knitters and crocheters! You’ve got something special at Knitknack.
Well, I started out mokincg the title because it suggests hey, we’ve exhausted the one skein idea, and if we want to get into this particular submarket we’re going to have to differentiate why, there are so many things that take a bit more yarn two! we’ll write a book for two skeins! but we can’t call it two skeins because we’ll be accused of ripping off the first one-skein book okay, balls. People know balls. And they’re not going to always use the whole second ball, because some of this stuff might have been good in a one-skein book but we can’t call it that two balls? one ball or two? hey, why is the mail guy laughing? no, that will be confusing because people might think there are one-ball patterns, and we’re trying to differentiate here okay, two balls or less? that gets the message across. That guy’s still laughing. I don’t see what’s so funny, get him out of here. Tell Susan that we can’t have disruptive employees here, I don’t care if he is her teenaged nephew. And then the same thing could be repeated for three, four, etc.I don’t get to knit as much as a few hours a week. Fortunately, not because of CTS or some other physical constraint, but because of time constraints (another type of physical constraint). I get easily distracted with new designs. I could feel inferior because it literally takes me years to finish any sweater but I don’t, and neither do I choose to knit small projects simply so that I can say that I’ve completed something.If there’s any judgmental attitude here, perhaps it’s divided along the lines of process vs product knitters?