It is Monday and the fairy dust is falling. These are the hips (round) , front legs and paws (far left below) and the hind legs and paws. They wull get toes and it will be stuffed.
We are doing a Crochet-Along at the my great MSN Group, http://groups.msn.com/crochetdepot, it is a group that was co-founded by Scott Hooper. My friend Scott was a great human being and the designer of Dashchund Heidi Stuffed animal pattern , http://grannyguy.blogspot.com. As he was not feeling well and complications with the old website were getting absurd.
I want to thank my friend from BITCHZILLA for his help in helping making this website look better. There Have been a lot of inspiration from his blog , you may click on his button to visit him and his madness.
So I will be working with Heidi and other stuff. I decided to get a beautiful Brittany Wooden Hook for my Airplane trip next month. I even downloaded and printed the FAA rules and regulations as of September, 2005, I am taking a copy of it with me, just in case you can find the good and bad items at this location and you will need adobe acrobat reader to be able to open the file. As I read kniting and crochet needles are allowed in carry on, I will just advise to bring wood or plastic. IMHO these materials do not pose a threat to you or anyone and bring yarn of course. http://www.tsa.gov/interweb/assetlibrary/Permitted_Prohibited_9_6_2005.pdf
I am glad you decided to stop by and see what I have been up to, thanks and come back soon, as I will have a picture of Heidi the Wonder Weiner standing up for my entry on Wednesday.
I've travelled several times with knitting needles and no problems. I just put them in my carry on and let them scan it. so far, no problems. Sometimes I think it really depends on where you're flying out of. As for me, Houston Intercontinental Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport. Good Luck!!
Halleujah on the act of allowing knitting needles and crochet hooks back on planes!
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