1. The yarn must be super bulky and the needles huge.
2. I'm going to need lots and lots of coffee.
3. Sleep is not an option.
4. It would be helpful if the pugs had thumbs and could knit.
Any wagers on my successfully pulling off this last minute knitting? (Hint: knowing me as I do, don't bet on the successful completion). Heh.
Oh yeah, forgot to mention that I have a holiday party tonight and a knitting get together on Monday. Well, the knit together will help with the completion, but the holiday party -- not so much.
Yeah, I do this every year. I also wait until November to start holiday knitting. Why? I don't know. Just happens that way. Sort of my personal holiday tradition. Traditions are important.
Speaking of traditions:
Every year I go to the Crown Classic Dog Show at the IX Center. In fact, that is where I met the lovely Mimi and her mom Caryl. This year was fabulous as always. Above is Mimi and her uncle Kaze showing their stylish side. Both dogs competed in agility again this year and did extremely well, but their true talent is making people smile. The minute they appeared in their festive holiday wear, a huge crowd enveloped them and every one in the crowd had a huge grin on their faces. Now that's talent.
Well, off to fiber nirvana. Happy knitting and have a warm and loving day.