And now for some knitting

At last, the link for the latest in geek knitting that we’ve all been waiting for.


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. gabza
    Jul 01, 2011 @ 05:58:03

    I forgot to mention that previous lady married to Simpkins has a bunch of these knitted dodecahedrons from her grandmother who’s hobby is knitting dodeca, tribeca and whadahecka-hedrons. She sends these souvenirs to her loved ones to hand on car mirror, mirror corners, kitchen appliances, bedroom door knobs, bed rails, computer station, knobs and pullies throughout the house and wherever the boss will allow at work.


    • gabrielanightshift
      Jul 01, 2011 @ 13:07:29

      How many sides on a whadahecka-hedron? Personally, I like to hang my knitted dodecahedrons at the end of my pencils at work. Makes a statement: “I’m cool”, “I love yarn”, “I can’t use my eraser”


      • gabza
        Jul 03, 2011 @ 08:19:03

        but most importantly, you can show your softer side to all those people who think that since you work with homeless and fresh-out-of-prison folk – don’t mean YOU are tough! Could this be the reason those grants aren’t coming back…. hmmm…

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