Why dogs hate Halloween 2010

Saturday, October 30, 2010

It never ceases to amaze what some folks will do to their pets for Halloween.

The End

Are You Smiling Too?

Friday, October 22, 2010

I choose to believe this is not photoshopped because I want it to be real.
....makes me smile.


Not Your Grandma's Knitting Bag

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

My foray into yarn manipulation would not be complete without showing the dedication and lifetime committment of today's knitters & crocheters... Tattoos. Our Grandmas' comittment was limited to carrying their knitting bags everywhere they went. Times change.



Icky Innards

Monday, October 18, 2010

Knitting this stuff is like your Grandma wearing a bikini.
Just because you can... doesn't mean you should...

 Dissect the Easter Bunny?  Kinda funny.
NOT Funny

Publlic Service Announcement ~ OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS month. Make your appointment for a mammogram NOW.       

Seriously. Do it!  

Tomorrow- the finale.... Needle committment.

Fuzzy Food

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Not sure I understand the point....

Under what circumstances does one need knit sushi?
 do you just grab your yarn basket and say "I think I'll knit a hot dog?"
 nicely executed but......why?
 still hungry after that burger? super size it.
 clueless as to the inspiration- or the purpose.


and why on real lettuce?


....a little something different for the guest powder room? and right next to the sink??  Oh, Martha.

 tomorrow... Icky Innards... wait for it.


Guerilla Knitting

Saturday, October 16, 2010

no, no, no,

I said GUERILLA knitting...

According to Wikipedia Knitta is the "group of anonymous knitters who began the 'knit graffiti' movement in Houston Texas in 2005. They wrap public architecture – e.g. lampposts, parking meters, telephone poles, and signage – with knitted or crocheted material. The mission is to make street art 'a little more warm and fuzzy'. Knitta grew to eleven members by the end of 2007, but has now dwindled down to one member – Magda Sayeg – who continues to travel and knit graffiti. Internationally, as many as a dozen groups have followed Knitta's lead."

Guerilla Knitting, Urban Knitting or Yarnbombing as it's often called, can be found all over the world.

The closest gas station? Oh, about a mile up the road on the left. You can't miss it, trust me.

toilet paper is so much faster...

If Mama Lenin was alive she'd be smiling... and they're red.

When visiting London, Clark Kent often found it difficult to find a suitable phone booth in which to change his clothes.

How'd they do that? A human pyramid? lots of looped knitters on ladders?

It's over, Pierre. Goodbye. Stay warm, mon amour. Please, no tears.

Freeway signs in Afghanistan may be confusing to tourists.

Tomorrow... more yarns to untangle...