That's the number of participants at last count for KSKS. I've sent "welcome e-mails" to 106 folks, and I'll do more when I get back from the post office to mail a package to my Dye-o-Rama pal. She's had to wait to the bitter end to get her yarn, and I hope she thinks it was worth it!
You might have read about Scout's rough day over the weekend. My heart goes out to her, and I hope you'll send some happy thoughts her way. I adore her kids--they are so much fun. And Chulo's an awfully nice boy--if I were in NM still, I'd have adopted him. I know how her kids love him; I can just imagine what a hard weekend it's been. So lots of love to Scout and her gang.
While I dyed the yarn the other day, I took a bunch of pictures of blue things in the house. Here's my favorite one. Neal bought this last winter at a local antique store and put it up in the bathroom. It's adorable in a strange kind of way. I'll save the other blue pictures for the rest of the month.
There's more Project Spectrum around here though. Mama-E's June Bug arrived on Saturday. I love the tone of the blue she used for this yarn...if you don't have some already, be sure to go visit her. And Kitters, she's offered a 10% discount on your kit yarn!
Less than 20 hours to sign up for KSKS. Remember: Do not fear the bag. Do not fear the pattern.