This was my attempt of taking a picture of the Harlot from far away in the dark in the Calvin Theater.
After the talk, we went back to WEBS to do a little shopping. After a very long line, I finally got to talk to Stephanie, and had her signed couple of the books.
I had my sock picture taken, and you will have to go over to her blog to see the picture when she posts it later.
And after another very long line, I left WEBS with these:
I had “At Knit’s End”, I just brought it along with me for the signing. I bought couple of the “Thins I Learned from Knitting”. One for me, and one is a gift. Of course, with 25% off all sock yarn, I couldn’t stop myself and bought a skein of Franklin, and a skein of Playful Weekend, which will be part of another scarf I made, but only needed some ribbon threading to be completed!!! One less ZZZ project on my Ravelry notebook!!! Speaking of Ravelry, guess who I saw at WEBS?????
Jess, the co-creater of the Ravelry!!! She also gave me my new “Where are my stitches at?” pin :). I will be seeing her next weekend when I go to Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival, so I can complete my collection.
Overall, it was a great trip and we had fun, despite the massive amount of people.
So on a complete different note, I want to show off a little something I made for Anphoe awhile ago:
I saw something similar on a jewelry magazine few weeks ago and wanted to give it a try, and Anphoe had said she needed a pin so her Sunshine top won’t keep falling off her shoulder. Few days after, viola! I had fun making it, and I hope she likes it.
Well, I’m exhausted after much excitement from today. Off to rest and read some Harlot-ism before I fall asleep!!! And if you have a chance to see Steph, I suggest you to go to the talk, even if you don’t read her blog, or are a follower of the Yarn Harlot, because she will make you laugh, until tears come out of your eyes!