State of the Knit Blog 2007

Colleen The Subway Knitter joins me to talk about the state of the blog.
In the Yarn-a-lot we talk about the Boston Knitting Guild, my dream of a night time guild in Boston, the KnitSmiths, Gringa Tejedora, Santa Cruz Hat.

Todays song is I want to hear what you have got to say by The Subways

In the state of he blog we talk about; Spiders( I hope I get to meet you when I am at FIT for the Harlot), Rosie’s Place(a shelter for women in Boston), Doctor’s Without Borders, the socks that rock debacle, Etsy, and Lion Brand Blogs.
Blogs we talk about (in the order discussed):
January One
Crazy Aunt Purl
The Yarn Harlot
The Panopticon
The Blue Blog(Her New Book)
Brooklyn Tweed
Sil’s Fab Knitblog
ZeFrank (The Show)
Blog’s we meant to talk about:
I may be knitting a ranch

If you have a moment, please fill out my survey. I will be doing a drawing for some fun prizes… and thanks for your time.

If you have any other thoughts you would like to share, please email me at 2skiens (at) itsapurlman (dot) com or leave me a voicemail at 206-984-4286 ( I know it’s not in Boston, but it’s free)

5 thoughts on “State of the Knit Blog 2007”

  1. There was this guy see.
    He wasn’t very bright and he reached his adult life without ever having learned “the facts”.
    Somehow, it gets to be his wedding day.
    While he is walking down the isle, his father tugs his sleeve and says,

    “Son, when you get to the hotel room…Call me”

    Hours later he gets to the hotel room with his beautiful blushing bride and he calls his father,

    “Dad, we are the hotel, what do I do?”

    “O.K. Son, listen up, take off your clothes and get in the bed, then she should take off her clothes and get in the bed, if not help her. Then either way, ah, call me”

    A few moments later…

    “Dad we took off our clothes and we are in the bed, what do I do?”

    O.K. Son, listen up. Move real close to her and she should move real close to you, and then… Ah, call me.”

    A few moments later…


    “O.K. Son, Listen up, this is the most important part. Stick the long part of your body into the place where she goes to the bathroom.”

    A few moments later…

    “Dad, I’ve got my foot in the toilet, what do I do?”

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