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our local guy is awesome - his shop is called Cycle Surgery and he sells me stuff and I get lots of pointers and advice for free. The awesomeness of a real bricks and mortar shop is worth paying for with your stuff! Though his prices *are* quite reasonable. http://www.cyclesurgery.com.au/
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I'd be devastated :( I do hope it turns up somewhere. x
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LOL awww I feel the love already! ;) Isn't it amazing, sometimes you just have to ask. Appreciate the loving, and I'm sure as a (successful and interesting) blogger yourself, you get what I mean! :) xxx
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It's time to finish the blog. I just can't bring myself to actually hit the "delete" button, so this will have to do. So long, and thanks for all the stitches. Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
...I'm not talking about knitting or sewing here, for once. I'm talking about the "stitches" you get when you run. I was reading this article this morning and it occurred to me that I rarely get stitches any more. Eee!... Continue reading
Posted Aug 26, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
My take is "squicky but awesome". And there are lots of squicky bits. I'm not much for violent movies, but there are a few exceptions, and this movie is one of them (the only other I can think of right... Continue reading
Posted Aug 22, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
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This week's stashbusting nifty thing used up almost the last bit of my handspun hot pink yarn - I just made it up as I went, knit in the round, stuffed it with a bit of merino roving I had... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
I'm really bothered by the recent rash of ads and articles titled "secrets to a flat belly", and "flat belly diet" and any other variation flat bellies. It's really ODD. I was reading a runner's information site this morning and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 12, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
So there's this thing that happens when I discover or learn something rather than being told. For instance, if I'm driving somewhere and I don't know how to get there, and my passenger does, they point at various corners as... Continue reading
Posted Aug 6, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
I love stories, movies, books with time traveling theme. Any story that includes the line "could you tell me what year it is" probably has my vote. I recently read the Time Traveler's Wife recently and thought it was great,... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
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Soooo easy! To make your own glam wristwarmers, knit a garter stitch square to fit snugly round the wrist. I knit 23 ridges and 21 stitches of sock-weight yarn on 4mm needles at a fairly firm tension. Sew the square... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
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One of my current favourite things is my purse pack of coloured pencils. I got them from the local Eckerley's for $10, and they have a different Australian animal on each colour. Irresistable - I originally bought them to use... Continue reading
Posted Aug 1, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary
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...oh, and while I'm blogging like there's no tomorrow, I just gotta brag. We're off to Bollywood Masala tonight, one of our most favourite restaurants, well deserving of its many awards. Then off to see a play called Death Trap... Continue reading
Posted Aug 1, 2009 at The Knitting Revolutionary