it's that time

Monday, February 08, 2010

Just wanted to let you know that Sarah is hosting her winter olympics again. I'm not sure if I will be participating, as I have a bunch of little projects I want to finish this month... my own personal challenge... but I do love a personal challenge. (2 more inches before midnight?) The challenge: start a new project during opening ceremonies on the 12th and have it finished by closing ceremonies on the 28th. And, if you are already participating in the ravelympics, you can easily join in with Sarah. Plus, Sarah is offering a chance to win a gift card to be used in her shop. Bonus.

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25 comments

  1. Thanks Leslie! Can I steal your Olympic yarn photo?

    People can also follow along/join up on the Knot Another Hat facebook page!

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  2. what a great idea! I'll have to stop by and check out all the details. personal challenges abound for me right now...

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  3. UGH! Thank you, Lord, for cable! Um, I mean, the knitting thing is great, but the whole endless sports stuff - not so much!

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  4. You are so creative - love the yarn logo!

    P.S. I owe you an email! I will do it today, I PROMISE.

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  5. Super exciting. I just need to get this scarf/shawl off my 10.5's so I can cast on my sweater (a sweater in two weeks....am I crazy?!? I can do it. I can do it!)

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  6. what a neat idea...I love deadlines. (well knitting deadlines!) any excuse to cast on a new project!

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  7. i wonder what you'll be making???

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  8. I can't wait for the olympics to start. CURLING!!!!!!!

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  9. Great use of yarn there!

    PS - Thanks for the PSA for the opening ceremonies.

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  10. I read this post last night and loved your idea, but you also helped me in my classroom today. My fourth graders and I were discussing the Olympics and working on some Olympic trivia when the question of the color sequence of the rings came up. I visualized your post and...there it was! Thanks!!

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  11. Oh, man. You are more woman than I! I can't wait to see the end result of your Ravelympics. I love your photo, too. Only a dedicated knitter would have yarn in every color necessary to make a yarn set of Olympic rings! <3

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  12. I will attempt to meet my challenge in the comfort and warmth of my own living room. :-)

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  13. your yarn rings are awesome! can't wait to see your projects. i think i'll just pledge to complete the shrug i've been (not) knitting for the last two weeks - between all the snow days and valentine's crafts there's very little time for knitting. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  14. i just found you on Flickr..love your pretty blog!!

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  15. oooohhh!! I have something on my needles already....but I'm up for the challenge! I'll start something new JUST FOR ME (I never seem to knit anything for me....maybe those cute fingerless gloves I keep eyeing up on your blog!! )and see if I can do it!! Thanks :)

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