...at least it is for my Zombie Socks. The pattern isn't difficult. The problem seems to be my short attention span that doesn't last for the entire 12 rows of the pattern repeat. You only have to pay attention on rows 6 and 12 and read your stitches the other rows. What is so hard about that? Perhaps it is the Zombie curse.
Yesterday flew by while working at Unraveled...Fay Lynn had a large beginning knitting group and Janice taught a workshop on how to make a lamb out of Ozark Yarn. We had so many comments about the cute sample she made for the store-it just had to be a class. There were also several people who just dropped by to sit, visit and knit. It made for a fun, busy day for Christine, Margie and me.
After work, Greg picked me up and we went to join some friends to hear the Cal Phil play at the Arboretum. As it turned out, one of the other couples at the table were parents of a former student of Greg. Not a day goes by that we don't run into someone he has taught in the past. It was a delightful evening under the stars...great food and good company, too. We brought desert for the table and thanks to another knitting friend, (misterd on Ravelry), I decided on some tasty cookies from Euro Pane.
Lisa (feltaholic on Ravelry) had this cool color personality quiz on her blog. I bit and it came up with pale turquoise for me....always liked the color. Now I know it was fate.
Your dominant hues are green and blue. You're smart and you know it, and want to use your power to help people and relate to others. Even though you tend to battle with yourself, you solve other people's conflicts well.
Your saturation level is low - You stay out of stressful situations and advise others to do the same. You may not be the go-to person when something really needs done, but you know never to blow things out of proportion.
Your outlook on life is bright. You see good things in situations where others may not be able to, and it frustrates you to see them get down on everything.