Traveling Project at Leonard Cohen

Hello blog readers! I am still alive! I sort of fell off the blogging wagon there for a while, for a variety of reasons, most of them good–I’ve been working on a big freelance project in-house (meaning I go into an office) and I had a bunch of other freelance assignments, all of which were leaving me little time to blog. Anyway, I’m hoping to get back into blogging this month, blah blah blah.

Anyway, I am still knitting–here’s a quilt square at the Leonard Cohen concert that we went to last month (it was great, even though we were sitting in front of the very loud and somewhat smelly concession stand, aka the very last row in Madison Square Garden).

There’s a bunch of new yarn/yarn-esque stores that have opened in New York, so I definitely need to visit and to blog about that, plus some other stuff. I’ll be baaaaaaaaack, as the Governator would say.

Posted in travelingproject, Uncategorized at November 15th, 2009. Trackback URI: trackback

2 Responses to “Helllooooooo”

  1. November 17th, 2009 at 2:42 pm #lekkercraft

    Ooo great concert to go to! And if you find any of these new stores to be particularly cool, please let us know. I’d love to know where are good places to hit for next time I’m up for a visit.

    PS – do you crochet? A stylist friend is asking me if I know anyone in the city who does…

  2. November 17th, 2009 at 11:59 pm #Able Baker

    Hey, no fair! I tried to bring a rolling pin into Madison Square Garden once, and the security guy wouldn’t let me enter because he said it could be used as a weapon. Knitting needles are dangerous too! (Though at a Leonard Cohen concert, everyone must be so depressed that they would probably be glad if you put them out of their misery.)