Tuesday, October 14, 2008

I don't think its fair

... That I can't have a fully formed fantasy relating to knitting Kingscot. In order to do that I have to have the pattern. Instead what did I get? A teaser. The teaser even says: This pattern is available for $7.00.

I've got $7.00. Nobody will take it. Cheaters.

I'm probably never going to knit the darned thing, but I can't pretend I am until I have the pattern. Norah Gaughn would never do this to me. I blame these Twist people.

My imaginary queue is all messed up for the moment. Hurry up Winter 2008 issue. Come ON. I cannot get a new fake queue item until I am 'actually' able to knit the current contender.

(The above post is an attempt at humour, is purely due to Rhinebeck anxiety, and cannot be held against the author in any way)


Gale Bulkley said...

How did you even find this? I saw you queued it and had to fave it! What a gorgeous garment. How unfair to flash it and deny instant gratification. I too tried to purchase it. It has me stalking the Twist pages in hopes of seeing others before the magazine is published.

Annie said...

how the HECK did you see this so fast? hehehe.. i barely pressed 'post'.

those twist people are mean. ;)

Linda said...

I'll probably be seeing one of those naughty Twist folks this evening at Knit Night. I'll be sure to give her a thorough scolding for you. ;-)

Anonymous said...

You are too cute for words! I know how you feel, though. When I saw the teasers for Wisteria before the first Twist came out, I felt the same way... I hope your trip is awesome; say hi for me!

Kayla W said...

I was eyeballing that just last night! It's a great pattern!