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Avoiding the Vacuum

I have been very sporadic in my blogging lately. My mom and dad are coming today from UPSTATE New York and I have been trying to get the house in order. You know how that is with five kids, four cats, and dog, fish, a turtle, a husband and about 20 WIP and the yarn stash. Well I have done it. My knitting shelves look neat, my knitting basket doesn’t – but that is because of the afghan that is stuffed into the big red bag so S#3 doesn’t see it. I have been talking about making him a blanket for a while and when I went to JoAnnes, last Saturday for a zipper, they had Homespun on sale so he is getting his blanket – but I don’t want him to know hence the ugly red bag.

So knitting wise – I finished the short sweater from Knit 1 in time for D to wear on Easter. Finished 1 of 5 dreaded ribbon scarves promised to a friend for teachers gifts. A funky little watery colored scarf for me – but I will probably give it away.

WIP a cotton T from the Shapely pattern at White Lies, This great Phildar sweater out of navy cotton, Lucy Bag – although I seem to be stuck on this. I thought that brown would be a good basic color – but I isn’t rocking my world. Have to start a baby blanket for my boys to give to a friend (grown up friend – don’t worry)

Oh biggest WIP – Yarn store – Name: Tangle, space: lease looks all ok, trying to figure out fixtures and inventory. Went snooping up to Seattle last week, visited Tricoter and So Much Yarn. Both great shops, helped to figure some things out. Got an Anthropology catalog yesterday and have to call my friend Brenda – who makes custom paint colors and ask if we can do the store walls the color of the water on page 54.

So will you help me out here - just for curiosity, and inventory sake will you let me know your three favorite yarns and three favorite knitting books?

Now if you will excuse me I have to go vacuum before mom arrives.

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Blogger kmckiernan said...

Wow, that's hard to narrow it down to just 3. For yarn I would have to say:
1. KPPPM
2. Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock
3. Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran

For books, I love them all!

1. Knitting on the road (a sock book)
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3. Knitting on the Edge

Hope this helps! =)

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Blogger LeAnne said...

I can't wait to see your mom! How long are they staying? It's really hard to narrow my choices down to three, so this isn't a cut and dried commitment, but here goes. Books: Ann Budd's Knitter's Handy Book of Patterns so that you can use any yarn you want to make whatever you want. I also love Sarah Dallas' Vintage Knits. Not only are the patterns really cool, but she talks about why people knitted things a certain way back then, i.e. not many cables because they take too much yarn, fair isle to use up old yarn, etc. Lately, doing so many baby projects, I've learned to love Erika Knight's Simple Knits for Cherished Babies. The projects come out great and they are really nice things. For yarns, Artful Yarns superwash merino is THE BOMB for socks! I love Debbie Bliss Cashmerino (and the bulky big sister Cashmerino Superchunky). Jo Sharp anything, but especially the wool tweed (can't think of the exact name, but you know what I mean) is fantastic. Hurry up and open the store! :-)

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Blogger grumperina said...

If this shows up a second time, I apologize. I tried to post once before, but Blogger gave me an error message.

Favorite books: Montse Stanley's The Knitter's Handbook, Barbara Walker's Treasuries (I know, that's four books), Knitting for Dummies. I do love Knitting on the Road, too.

Favorite yarns: Louet Gems superwarsh merino (comes in a variety of weights), KnitPicks Merino Style, Dale Baby Ull.

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Lucy Neatby Celestial Yarn-I bought some sock yarn from Acorn St. in Seattle and it is gorgeous and has a great hand. There are other weights as well on her web site. Blue Moon yarn from Scappoose-nice colorwys. Cascade Yarns-220, superwash and Pastaza. Books-agree with Ann Budd's pattern book-I use it all the time. Sally Melville's Knit Stitch and Purl Stitch and Vogue Knitting Book. Where will your shop be located? Have heard of several opening in the next few months. Love the name. Patti in Portland

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Once you have decided what your first set of plans will be, keep the process going by reviewing and updating your to-do list on a daily basis.

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Do you know without a doubt where you will be living a few years from now, what you will be doing, how big your bank account will be?

Got a Plan?

Know how to get there?

You gotta have goals!

I’m accomplishing one of mine right now – getting more people to set goals, personal, family, business and even spiritual.

Often we don’t practice what we preach or do what we know we should be doing.

Are you guilty of this? If so, this here’s a little “nugget” for you today.

What will you do with this “nugget”? Ignore it or use it…

Here’s yours;

Write Goals Down

This crystallizes your goals and gives them more force. In writing your goals down, you are better able to keep up with your scheduled tasks for each accomplishment. It also helps you to remember each task that needs to be done and allows you to check them off as they are accomplished.

Basically, you can better keep track of what you are doing so as not to repeat yourself unnecessarily.

Keep Operational Goals small

Keep the low-level goals you are working towards small and easy to achieve. If a goal is too large, then it can seem that you are not making progress towards it.

Keeping goals small and incremental allows you more opportunities for reward. Derive today's goals from larger ones. It is a great way to accomplish your goals.

Set Performance Goals, not outcome goals

You should take care to set goals over which you have as much control as possible. There is nothing more dispiriting than failing to achieve a personal goal for reasons that are beyond your control.

These could be bad business environments, poor judging, bad weather, injury, or just plain bad luck. If you base your goals on personal your performance, then you can keep control over the achievement of your goals and get satisfaction from achieving them.

Set Realistic Goals
It is important to set goals that you can achieve.

All sorts of people (parents, media, and society) can set unrealistic goals for you which is almost a guarantee of failure. They will often do this in ignorance of your own desires and ambitions or flat out disinterest.

Alternatively you may be naive in setting very high goals. You might not appreciate either the obstacles in the way, or understand quite how many skills you must master to achieve a particular level of performance.

By being realistic you are increasing your chances of success.

Do not set goals to low

Just as it is important not to set goals unrealistically high; do not set them too low.

People tend to do this where they are afraid of failure or where they simply don’t want to do anything.

You should set goals so that they are slightly out of your immediate grasp, but not so far that there is no hope of achieving them. No one will put serious effort into achieving a goal that they believe is unattainable.

However, remember that your belief that a goal is unrealistic may be incorrect. If this could be the case, you can to change this belief by using imagery effectively.

Good Luck and Happy Goal Setting!
Want some more “nuggets”? Pick up a few here; my life goals

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