To be post-it-ed onto my credit card. And debit card, for that matter.

Upon returning home from the first day of classes, a $180 purchase of a new ibook battery (badly needed) and a relaxing afternoon, I found these two rather large boxes. Okay, the top one isn’t very large, but the bottom one IS.

It was BAD – I couldn’t remember what I had ordered. I must be getting fibre-blind from all the buying. Oy.

Oh yeah – Knitpicks stuff.

I ordered the Palette Sampler (it’s all Adrian’s fault):

and some Color Your Own (the fingering weight merino), a couple balls of solid sock yarn and a whole whack of colour cards.

I also found out that this massive amount (27 pounds!) of merino roving I ordered from R.H. Lindsay wool had shipped on September 8 – I had to email to get an update, and I got a one-sentence reply. I’d ordered on August 8. I must say, this hasn’t been a very pleasureable transaction. I’ll be happy when I get my wool, but I won’t want to order from them again, I don’t think.

And no, it’s not all for me! I’m splitting it with a few people.

Off to finish something cotton, seeing as how it’s been so dang hot here the last couple days.

11 Responses to “do not use”

  1. Lorraine

    Stop! I can’t take it any more! You’re making me drool all over my laptop! Please knit some colorwork with that Knitpicks Palette quickly so you can tell me how it knits up!

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  2. naomi

    Just don’t get too tempted by the color cards…

    The palette sampler is on my to-purchase list, too, but somewhere after I finish the lace that’s more immediately planned. I can only deal with so much attention-knitting. :)

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  3. Jill

    I’m excited about the sock yarn…and the colour cards. I can’t wait to hang out and dye stuff.

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  4. jacqueline

    oh my…… i am having heart palpatations! And we can’t even get knitpicks here in australia!

    that yarn looks delicious enough to eat!

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  5. Adrian

    Mwuahaha! No one can resist the palette sampler.

    RH Lindsay is a weird company. It seems to me it’s run like a wholesaler, but open to the public. It’s worth it for the price. That Merino is divine.

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  6. Tanti

    Hello… that’s knitpicks really make people drolling..;p
    since i am thinking to ask my friend to send it over here, before i do that,
    perhaps you can share how the yarn feel? is it good? and what project you plan for those lovely…lovely yarn?

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