"Things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least." ~Goethe~

21 February 2010

Why didn't I think of that!

It's still early in the morning and Glenn already has me laughing so hard my stomach hurts.

I got up earlier that everyone else to sit in my craft room and figure something out with another pattern that was floating around "upstairs" again.  Glenn got up and brought his morning munchies with him and sat here with me.  After asking what was going on, I told him I was having a bit of trouble trying to get "this" to work how I want it to.  Here is his piece of advice:

"double loop increase on the 3rd stitch & increase the variance of the tension on the thing-a-ma-bob".

Can you believe that got me thinking of something that will actually work!!!
How does he do that?

This is another reason I keep him around.
Cute and smart, even though he doesn't know squat about knitting, etc.

It's going to be a great day!


  1. What would you do without him? I know I wouldn't be the same without mine!!

    Hope your weekend has been good, sweetie!! We finally have some normal Florida weather, YAY!!! Now I just have to find time to get back out into it!!

    Love ya...mean it!!

  2. How cute!
    My husband is the same way!
    He has helped me with my knitting a few times before and it always surprises me!

  3. If you ever look through your stash, something might be missing. Dear ole hubby might have a secret hobby! lol

  4. that is funny!! ha....greer is still sick. took her to the dr. sinus infection. meds not working. callin dr. to change. ugh.

  5. Your writing and terminology has made me laugh - it is so apt. Its funny where ideas originate from