Saturday, 20 June 2009

Slaying Vampires in my Spare Time

I've always liked life on the rough side. A little bit of toughness, a little bit of suffering never hurt anyone if you ask me. [Emphasis on 'little'... before I start estranging my friends]

I like music from all genres but Punk, Industrial and Alternative are always among my favorites. I like all types of food. However those dishes that have a great amount of spice or some sort of 'fear factor' are those that intrest me most. And I obviously was not looking for the white picket fence and a dog named spot when I made certain life choices about where I was going to live and who I was going to live with.


Now I find this part of my personality is finally starting to creep into my craft. I was thrilled to purchase this set of knitting needles a few weeks ago:


(For those of you who have sensitve ears that might bleed a little with alternative language usage, please skip over the text that lies between the next two pictures)




Are these just not kick ass, or what?

It's so totally awesome to work with this pair of tools. It's such a wave of self confidence that surges through me when I have them in my hands. Not unlike when I drive this:




Usually with that Punk or Industrial music playing at a good volume.


But I digress.......


So it's late, late in the evening when I finally have time to sit down and work on my projects. It's the time in the evenings that the mind starts wandering, and I start to think how lucky we have it. Any gnomes with red eyes, critters from the deep underworld or monsters from mythic eras peering into our windows shudder with fright when they see me and my formidable weapons: they slide back and forth upon each other with lightening speed.


Even sparks fly into the air now and then.


My husband has a new found respect for me. That I can say in all honesty.


And to top it off, I've actually started to create some really nice finished pieces.


A lovely pink.....



And a lovely snow white......




I wonder how the bats will react when I continue my work around the campfire this summer.


6 comments:

Chichiboulie said...

I love your new work. It's very delicate looking.

Sigmosaics said...

the needles look big (but i know nothing about knitting needles) .. love the candy pink scarf and the white one .. nice and light for the summer evenings!!

ingermaaike said...

That looks like a set I might well need to have, great to knit fun stuff with from my yarn. And a little gnome scaring can do no harm here!

Star of the East said...

You sounds like a wild one ;)
Nice new creations!

Kreativlink said...

Hehehe... love that post and your crazy wild nature :)

LeelaBijou said...

Gorgeous new creations!! :)