No photos. Not even a fetching emoticon.this may be the most boring post ever. I just must say this: A pattern is coming. I am still here. Do not dispair.

P.S. The pattern’s name is “Best Friends.” So there.



  1. evie said,

    December 11, 2006 at 12:18 am

    Anything fun on your Christmas wishlist? Any fun knitting plans for the holiday break?

  2. AA#1 said,

    December 12, 2006 at 11:14 pm


  3. AA#1 said,

    December 12, 2006 at 11:15 pm


  4. evie said,

    December 13, 2006 at 2:01 am

    To aa#1:

    I am a master knitter who lives up North and likes to peruse knitting blogs.

    Bjorn is making a serious attempt here to discuss topics on knitting and you are abusing her generosity (I am guessing by your plethora of non-knitting entries that you are a friend or an acquaintance?) by not taking her seriously. This blog is being read by a number of published knitters who, like myself, are serious about the craft and like to see what others are doing.

    Maybe you could start a blog of your own. Or do you already have one? You have an excellent facility for language, so you could probably create something lovely yourself. Or do you knit as well? Tell us what projects (writing or knitting) that you are working on.

    I apologise, Bjorn, for using your blog to address someone else. Keep up the good work and keep those needles clicking!

    As I write this, a purse is a-felting in my washing machine, a miniature sweater is almost complete (I just love Melanie Falick’s Weekend Knitting), and the second of a pair of socks is languishing on the needles. I am eager to begin a sweater for my daughter and wish I had knit up Christmas stockings for my husband and myself. Hopefully next year!

    Do you have any favorite knitting books, Bjorn? Are there any in particular that you hope Father Christmas will bring you? I am hoping to find Fiona Ellis’ Insprired Cable Knits under the tree (luckily my husband listens attentively to holiday gift suggestions). It is always gratifying to see a Canadian do so well in the American market!

  5. AA#1 said,

    December 14, 2006 at 1:01 am

    Oh evie. Forgive me. I merely wanted to know who you art and how thy is aquainted with the lovley Bjorn. I apologize if you think that my use of space upon Bjorn’s site is pointless, though I am a dear, longtime friend, and she comprehends my urges. For your information, I was here before you. Ah well. If you art a published Knitress, then I admire thee greatly. I do not quite see thy anoyance with me, though am willing to accept it. May we merely come to an agreement of mutual non-fuzzy, yet non-hatefull feelings, and move on with our lives? I would like to get insite from thee. Is evie thine real name? I have to know. Also, who told anyone that knitting blog comments had to be reserved strictly to knitting? I like randomness!

  6. evie said,

    December 14, 2006 at 1:57 am

    Randomness is good. So is blogosphere anonymity, dear little aa#1. It sounds as though Fortune has smiled upon thee with such a generous friend as Bjorn. Good luck with thy projects.

  7. AA#1 said,

    December 16, 2006 at 11:17 pm

    Thank you evie. I don’t mean to be rude, really. Okay, and to pertain with knitting, I would love your good luck wish but for the fact that I have no stash. (aka a grand total of 100 yards that are actually worth anything, and a few balls of crap acrylic) Good luck to you

    You don’t have to say you live up North. I know where you live. North sounds like Canada. So there.

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