Tuesday, September 07, 2010

The winner of Skinny Quilts and Table Runners 2 is

Bethany Garner! Please contact me with your snail mail address, so I can mail the book off to you.

I still have more books to give away, so I'll post another review soon. In the meantime, I'll be spending the next several days on Jury Duty, which will give me lots of time to look at books, because I just found out I can't take my knitting, as I had planned, because they have outlawed knitting needles, even the circular ones! Maybe I can get some drawing done too, and hopefully I'll think up something else to do so I don't go crazy sitting around the courthouse.
As soon as I have a chance I'll go through and upload some pictures from the past weekend. We took a ferry from Seattle, so I've got pictures of the city from the ship, and pictures of some crazy log cabin blocks that I started (those are on my phone, so I've got to see about getting them transferred to my computer, which I've never done before - another new thing to learn). Something else I'd like to know is why Blogger decides to delete my paragraph spacing sometimes, and other times / places it leaves them alone, as I want them to be (yep, it messed with this one, making it look like gobbly gook).


Anita said...

I got through jury duty with bamboo double pointed. They didn't even blink an eye.

Delighted Hands said...

Such a shock not to be able to knit for the down times....! Congrats to the winner!

Beeshebags said...

Congratulations to Bethany.

Isn't it funny, for security measures, they've banned our knitting needles and crochet hooks, yet you can take a Bic pen into secure areas or on a plane (some airlines even give you the same style pens if you ask for one!) and the pens can be turned into a far more effective weapon than a knitting needle or crochet hook....lol I did read on a blog somewhere that they knew of someone or her sister was a knitter who flew alot, and she'd made up patterns using 'airline pens' instead of knitting needles...lol They couldn't ban her for using items they'd provided her hey? Hugs Naomi

Woolly Bits said...

yeah, it's very likely you'd stab someone to death with a knitting needle:)) I think those knit/thriller authors didn't do us knitters any favours, they made everybody suspicious:))

happy sewing to the new book owner Bethany:))