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Friday, October 12, 2007

Chocolate Muffins and WIP


The chocolate muffin comes first, lol and then I show you the work in progress (WIP). A correction; When I say that I got The Knitter's Guide to Sweater Finishing from Cables N Wool or jerryc37.blogspot.com, what I meant the to say was the idea. I actually got the DVD from http://www.paradisefibers.net/ for the best price in the internet for a New DVD.

5 comments:

naomi said...

Holy cow, that is a lot of calories ! No wonder we're becoming a country of "big" people.

Let us know if the DVD is helpful.

I can't wait to see the finished bamboo project. I haven't used or purchased any yet, but I did fondle some on Wednesday nite :)

KnitXcorE said...

dayum. i'll never look at a muffin the same way.

Gina said...

You know what I really like about your blog? I love that it is also a video blog. I feel like I am having a conversation with ya...lol. I have learned loads from ya so far. Also, I had a nutritionalist say to me once about muffins, "Why would you eat cake for breakfast, that is what a muffin is....cake in a muffin tin." They sure looked good though!

Riohnna said...

OMG! I thought about licking the monitor, that muffin looked SO good! LOL! I miss American junk food,,,,,. Anyway, dude, if you ever come visit, I will make you a maroccino, K? And about the sweaters, now I am skeert,,, I WAS wanting to learn to knit,,,,,, LOL!

Calvin said...

I enjoyed the video, hon. I'm going to have to check out that DVD. Seaming sweaters is my LEAST favorite part of making sweaters. Knitting them in the round is fun, though.