Monday, October 8, 2007

Digitally challenged

Well, here I am again and still no knitting pics. Is this a soooper knitting blog or what?

Don't answer that.

Yadda yadda yadda there are lots of excuses reasons for this, but the long and the short of it is that somebody else has the cables for the digital camera, and the drivers that make it work, so that person gets to download and store the pictures. Hence, the camera is full of non-knitting pictures. This situation will be recitified as soon as I can get around to it.

However, just so's I ain't got nuthin', here's the Debbie Bliss Ribbed Cardigan that I am almost finished.

Lovely, innit? A thing of beauty. The kind of thing that makes one rush out and cast on forthwith. I was instantly inspired by the cardigan Mary L (currently blogless) had with her at TIK the day that Ms Bliss came to tempt us to spend the children's allowance on yarn say hello.

And if you think that's nice, you should see the picture inside the book of the back shaping. And no smart remarks about how it'll be better to see me leaving than arriving.

Progress pictures presently.



Aileen said...

I'm not stalking you, I promise! I had the exact same problem with my camera... a really good solution is a card reader. I got one in Peats for €20 and it takes all memory cards. It is really handy because I have compact flash for my proper digital, mini-SD for my cheap little camcorder and micro-SD for my phone and I can plug them all in without needing any cables!

Nic said...

Thanks Aileen! Sounds like a fab idea. I'll get one of those asap.

Peats Of Parnell St, now that really brings back my youth when we lived in Drumcondra. My Dad's a real gadget buff so we spent our lives in Peats hunting down a thing-a-ma-jig-whatcha-call-it. Good times.