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September 29, 2006

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Just in case you haven't seen The Last Knit yet, click on over and watch.  By the way, I love her yarn and the sound of her needles!

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The clicking sound of her needles is my favorite part! And I love her expressions, too :-)

Posted by: Kathy | Sep 29, 2006 1:49:04 PM

yes, the sound is sooooo soothing. but a bit sad, why is she alone?

Posted by: hPNY knits | Sep 29, 2006 2:58:29 PM

I love the idea that knitting can be so inspiring as to make a cartoon about it! Although the part about knitting as obsession is a bit scary... And I am afraid to admit it but sometimes I myself have a hard time to let go of an interesting project. Just one more row, I would say, and half an hour later, I am still there...

Posted by: Red Sunflower | Sep 30, 2006 7:11:31 AM

I love that sound, too. I was thinking she's alone, because she hid there to finish the project without hubby and kids needing her. As in "Mom, I need ...." insert whatever, and repeat every five seconds. LOL!

Posted by: Arleta | Sep 30, 2006 9:45:29 AM

What a well-made little video. The beautiful hand-dyed looking yarn! Great sound effects! I want to make the dress she is wearing. Can one just make a sweater and keep going with a little increasing???

Posted by: Jane | Oct 1, 2006 4:45:30 AM

Did anyone else feel a small pang of sadness when she tossed her needles?

I bet if she saw nona's granny square cardi, she'd buy a hook next!

Posted by: SaraH | Oct 2, 2006 4:09:33 PM

Thanks for sharing. It's hilarious, but also close to home. A very obssessed knitter here too! ;o)

Posted by: Monika | Oct 3, 2006 7:55:03 AM

I am addicted to reading it. I need to read up on this issue ... I appreciate your time and effort to invest more in your blog, because it is obviously a great place, I can find a lot of useful information ..

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