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Waiting at O'Hare

It's not so bad when you have your knitting. The tough thing is to not nod off while waiting for the connecting flight to Columbus,OH.

It was dark when we arrived, and light when we left. With everything covered in a dusting of snow. Ah, Snow.

One day I want to visit Chicago for real. Especially in the winter. I love love love cold. And how many knitting benefits come with that?!?!?!?!

Gloomy but beautiful Chicago in the morning.

The Columbus leg was a hop, skip and a jump. We barely got up in the sky when we had to descend.

Encountered some flurries while driving to the office. It was 30 degrees all day, some wind, and a few flakes. Ah, Winter.

Spent the day at the office.

And couldn't believe it. There's a Michael's like half a mile from my hotel! Yeah ! Stocked up on colors I never saw at the Michael's at home.

The Bitty Bunz is alittle fuzzy as you'd expect from angora. The cables are not very defined, but I still love them. Used Eunny's idea of twisted stitches for definition, and it helps.

All in all, it's soft as a bunny's bottom.


At 6:27 PM, Blogger JillyB said...

Ooo! nice! I am sooo glad you found a craft store near you, though I'd be SHOCKED that you had already run out of things to do.


At 3:30 AM, Blogger Jenya said...

Ah, wonderful.
What size needles are those (the pile of dpns), eight? seven?

Also, what do you knit the votive sleeves with?


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