Monday, February 06, 2006

Team Sacramento


OK, California is just too darned big for one knitting team. Sac Knitters, feel free to steal this button and join Team Sacramento with an entry in my comment section!

7 comments:

cindi said...

OK, I'm in. And I'll update my blog one of these days. As soon as I finish my Stitch Diva scarf. I don't know how to add buttons to my blog, but if I can figure it out, I'll add the Team Sacramento one. Cheers! Cindi

Anonymous said...

Forgot to add, I have a special handicap for the Olympics (maybe I am a special Olympian) My kitchen is going to be demolished Friday ! Noise, dust, workers everywhere - no place for me to hide !

Beth C said...

As Jim McKay used to say, "It's the spirit of the Olympics that makes Olympians great." Then he would have an interview with some kid from a country you never heard of who had to practice snow skiing on rocks. Everyone went "Awww..." and it didn't matter that the kid never made it to the finals 'cause he had Heart.

Knitting during a kitchen demolition is like skiing on rocks.
Awwww.... ;)

Betsy said...

I'm the one skiing on rocks, or knitting during kitchen demolition. Somehow my first comment joining the team does not show up. Anyway, I signed up with the harlot for the felting team. Betsy

Emmy said...

I'm in too! Why not? After all, I'm constantly starting new projects. I just thought of something. Maybe I should start my entrelac scarf. Then I could say I started it within a year of having bought the yarn. Do I dare???

Lizette (knitglitz) said...

You've done it Beth I have to knit the Stitch Diva scarf in the Knitting Olympics. Instead of striving for a gold medal I will "go for the gold" high heels encrusted with cystals. More subtle than a gold medal, don't you think?
Lizette

Sandi B said...

Beth thanks for putting this together for us. I am excited and it will keep my mind occuptied. Count me in. Don't have anything in mind yet but I will locate a project that is worthy of the Sacramento Team.