And much as I would like to take credit for them, these are not all of my doing. I'd probably lie about that if there weren't people reading my blog who would (justifiably) point a finger.
You can't blame a slow knitter for trying.
Anyway. Quite some time ago I was drawn into a knitting project with various blogless types. My good friend, Blogless Heidi, and I were given some yarn to knit scarves for our mutual good friends, Blogless Don and Blogless Brad. Said scarves were completed (oh, did I mention that I was the first one done? Yup--I won that race) (not that there was a race) (but if there'd been a race I'd've won) and delivered and much appreciated. And now, modeling their commissioned handwork, I give you:
Blogless Don, in the scarf I made!
OK. So. I took credit for the things I made. I didn't take credit for the things Blogless Heidi made, although I would have liked to. But.
This. This, I really really really wish I could take credit for. But I must give credit where credit is due, and that's to Blogless Don's (Presumably) Blogless Mom.