Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Knitting at Panera

Anne Lullie Knits a Scarf

I'm wearing the San Francisco Shirttail sweater knit last year. I simply must get a better picture of this knit, and while I am at it, a better chin.
We met at 8:30 and practiced our Spanish with one of the gals that works at Panera. I was amazed at how fluent Anne is and I tried to keep up but fell back into English several times. We should have a rule to speak only in Spanish when we meet and then perhaps my fluency would improve.
The Panera gal told us how to say knitting in Spanish and I wrote it down, but left the napkin at the restaurant. Darn. How will I ever increase my vocabulary?
This time I found a table near an outlet and was able to plug in my laptop and show lots of my Mexico pictures without running out of battery time. I gave Anne a cd of all the digitals we took in San Miguel and if and when her kids are not using the computer, I am sure she will look at them.
After coffee we rendevou'd ( spelling?) at Michael's to buy some yarn for a special Christmas project... OK, I had no Bulky yarn and that really was the reason. Honestly.


  1. Another great Melody sweater! It IS true that your sweaters have similarities to your quilts. When you exhibit your quilt series, you'll have to have another gallery section for your sweaters.

  2. Anonymous1:26 AM

    Very cool design! Useful information. Go on!


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