Elsewhere, I have talked about my love for Indigodragonfly yarn. I have a desire to hoard the yarn in skein instead of knitting with it. Fortunately, Kim started a KAL (knitalong) in which the only rule was that you used her yarn. That gave me the push I needed to actually...well, use her yarn.
Glynis pattern knit in Indigodragonfly MCN: The Sock-quel, My Name Is Indigo Montoya colorway
In other knitting, I finished a pair of socks for a Christmas gift for my sister. Click here if you're a ravelry member and your name is not Brenda.
Now I'm working on a yoga mat bag from Knitty called Namaste. I found something to make with the cotton yarn that has confounded me ever since I bought it.
A friend asked me if I wanted to take a yoga class with her this summer, and we've been going for several weeks. I'm really enjoying it, although I have to remember not to look at other, freakishly flexible people in our class. I know that the important thing is that I feel the stretch, not how far I'm able to move a body part. This is difficult to remember considering my hamstrings are more rubber cement than rubber band.