Friday, September 18, 2009

Hi.

DogSo, where have I been?

Let's get this bit out of the way first.

It’s been more than a month since I’ve written because the tiny black dog (see illustration) who almost always trots along behind me got out in front, teeth bared in an unambiguous snarl, and backed me into a corner.

It happens. It’s been happening for years. I was overdue. And now I seem to have put the little nipper back in his place, at least for the time being. And while I’m terribly sorry not to have been in touch, and I've missed you intensely. But better silence out of me than grouching. Trust me. Where I grouch, no grass grows.

While I Was Out

It was for the best that just when I was most inclined to hide under the bed with a copy of Sartre, scribbling you said it, brother and oh, mais oui in the margins, I had promised to leave the apartment and mix with knitters.

And oh, Sweet Nancy Bush, have I ever been mixing. I should have KITCHEN AID stamped on my forehead and a dough hook stuck in my mouth.

I mixed close to home, teaching three classes on home turf at Loopy Yarns. And then I mixed far, far from home in Washington, at Renaissance Yarns (Kent), Paradise Fibers (Spokane), and an all-male knitting retreat in a decommissoned convent.

There’s no way I’m going to try to cram all of it into a single entry. I know I’ll run out of energy halfway through and wind up back under the bed listening to a bootleg of Diamanda Galas/Fiona Apple mash-ups.

The only thing is to rummage about in the filigreed bonbon box of memory and proffer random sweet bits to you as I grab them.

Crochet for Mixed Marriages

The genius behind my trip west was Brian Kohler, who works at (and designs for) Skacel, Inc.–the nice people who have grown spoiled and indolent on all the money I spend on Addi knitting needles.

Brian is doubtless familiar to some of you as That Guy Who is Knitting Seven Pairs of Socks at One Time on Two Circular Needles, because he is in fact knitting seven pairs of socks at one time on two circular needles. You can read about it here.

When he is not knitting seven pairs of socks at one time on two circular needles, Brian creates designs that are not only clever and beautiful but may even help us realize the fugitive vision of Peace in Our Time. Don’t believe me? Have a gander at this enigmatic little number.

Two Faiths, One Hat

It’s a crocheted Easter Yarmulke, perfect for those who have to dash from a Seder to the Egg Roll on the White House lawn without time to change outfits. All you do is give it a spin. Brian, would you be so kind as to demonstrate?

In Your Easter Yarmulke

The coalition-building power of millinery. It gives one hope, don't you agree?

Back and There Again

Until this month, the Pacific Northwest was the one part of the United States I’d never visited. And I’m going back again¬–this time, to Portland. (I've only been trying to get out there for twenty years. It's about bloody time.)

If you’d like to hang out, and I so dearly hope you will, I’ll be at Knit Purl for a full-day class (Elizabeth Zimmermann’s Tomten Jacket and Garter Stitch Jacquard) and book signing on September 27, and a brand-spanking-new illustrated talk on September 28.

And then from the west, I head east. More on that (and so much else, my dears) tomorrow.

135 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you, thank you - you have been missed. So glad you are, indeed, well and had a good time in Spokane (yes, I saw pictures!).
- Daisy

Carrie said...

Hi yourself stranger! Glad you're hanging in there, and safe travels!

Kristen said...

This made my brain hurt: "Diamanda Galas/Fiona Apple mash-ups." I have so missed the special brand of Franklin Brain Pain I had gotten used to!

Anonymous said...

Or was it Seattle? Oh, dear, I'm having another senior moment! Washington, anyway, dear Franklin - Daisy

Sandy said...

Oh YAY - it was good to hear about what's going on and that you are busy doing what you love! We have missed you though.

anne marie in philly said...

my sweet, you HAVE been missed!

and the world turned, but it was not the same.

the only question I have is "what the hell has dolores been up to all this time?"

**smooches**

Anonymous said...

Welcome back!

Julia

Jody said...

Oh Franklin, you were sorely missed! Without waxing hyper-hysterical, I must say - I was giving up the ghost! Checking back every day and not finding you - thinking that the Wicked Dolores had done you in, in some unspeakable way....
Welcome back.
I started a blog.
Maybe you will have a peek sometime.
I really really REALLY missed you.
TheDailyFiber.blogspot

LeighB said...

Wonderful, marvelous to have you back! Every day, checking the reader, wondering, hoping, worrying. Glad to know you've not pitched yourself in front of a train or something. Do enjoy Portland, and if you have the chance (I really should say "make the time"), visit the Japanese Gardens. SPECTACULAR in the autumn!

kmkat said...

I missed you. Glad you were busy and not, say, dead. ;-)

Rana said...

You're ALIVE! :)

Evelyn said...

When the black dog snarls, what can you do but cower? So glad he has retreated for the time being.

And I literally laughed out loud at the categorization of your post under Judeo-Christian accessories.

So, the rumors of a second book are not the cause for your prolonged silence?? Really??

Nancy said...

Missed you and yours out here in cyberspace. You've now made my day.

Alwen said...

We hearts you! Cake!

And also

Knitting Lace is being reprinted. So we grabs you and dances you around the room enthusiastically. But unfortunately stepping on your feets, because in truth we doesn't dance.

And another also,

It Itches is the only one of my knitting books that my son has asked to see again.

And what the heck, the verification word is fadmint. heh.

Anonymous said...

I kept checking and checking. I knew you'd be back with many stories. Have a good weekend and take care. Bite the dog back.

maureen

bjrest said...

Glad to see you back Franklin..... will I see you in Rhinebeck this year?

Anonymous said...

I know I just posted, but the word verification word has just changed to "ungod". I felt it was a message or at least I wouldn't want it to fall into the wrong hands.

Maureen

I'm kind of afraid to type it...

Anonymous said...

So glad you're back! Put that little black dog out in the yard and focus on the knitterly goodness again! And thanks for the link to Brian's seven socks at a time project. Am I the only one who thought "Cool! I want to do that!"?
Barb

Anonymous said...

Glad you're back. You were missed (as was Dolores).
Laura

Mrs. Spit said...

Glad the dog has been banished back into the closet, I've missed your writing.

Rabbitch said...

Welcome back. See you on Saturday I do believe. Is "snesishe" a word? It should be. It's my verification thingie.

Faith said...

Hmm. Much as I like dogs, those black ones can just stay home. I'm glad you were able to put him where he belongs. As you can tell from your other avid followers, you were missed!

=Tamar said...

Yay! Dog-training FTW!
(Given that the pagans like to claim Easter eggs were their idea, maybe it's Judeo-Christian-Pagan?)

Being that busy would be reason enough to slow down on blogging, but please dish out the sweets, I'm sure I'm not the only one who is eagerly awaiting your reports.

tayzzmom said...

Oooh! roodd is my verification word. Yes, you were missed. I get your feed, and it was so sad when I would check twice daily and no you.........I knew you were busy teaching the masses the wonderfulness of Franklin (sorry, I've had a little white wine tonight....8-) or writing and sketching for a new, more wonderful book, but please try to at lease log in and say hi and wave your hand. We love you, you know. You're nicer than some of my kids....lol.

Gotta run, the wine bottle is calling my name....Linda...Linda...ah, the siren song.

xoxoxo love you

FiberQat said...

My dear knitsib, I'm glad to see you again and that the black dog has been kenneled for a while. He may have been tiny but I understand how stubborn he can be. You were greatly missed and hope you are doing better.

Brian's modeling of the Easter yarmulke is priceless. What fun!

Anonymous said...

It is just so good to hear from you!
~Resorta

Rachel H said...

It's good to see you back lovey.

Linda said...

I'm sorry you have not been well.I'm glad you are reemerging.

Anne said...

Missed you, and so glad to hear from you again. Your blog is one of life's great treats for me. To the black dog -- away with you!

LizA. said...

Your visit to Renaissance Yarns was all too short but wonderful nonetheless. You do need to come back and do some actual sight seeing -- tis truly gorgeous country out here!

Laura said...

L'shanah tovah! Gotta love an Easter Yarmulke.

Glad you're out and about again.

Judy Becker said...

Glad to see you back!

If at all possible, come to Portland a day early and head down to Oregon Flock & Fiber Festival on Saturday. It's lots of fun. We promise to treat you gently. No promises though to keep Dolores out of trouble. I'm sure she could find a fair bit.

janna said...

So glad you're back! (My verification word is 'frenesse.' Perhaps meaning a combination of freakiness and finesse. Or something)

Anonymous, too said...

And here I had thought Delores had gotten so out of hand that you'd been arrested for running a house of ill-repute!

Glad you're back. Sprinkle some catnip on that little black dog and let Mrs. Teitlebaum's cat have some fun with it. Should be good for some laughs...

Knitting Painter Woman said...

SO sorry the black dog was with you. I sent him away, but didn't point him toward Chicago.

Lily said...

Back with a bang! Loved the post and the link to Brian's amazing sock adventure. When I first started knitting again I attempted a sock, big mistake. The first inch on dpns is still languishing in storage. (I have your black dog's sister but mostly keep her at bay with Prozac x)

stash haus said...

So glad to have you back!

Verification word:

shang

which is, perhaps a bang of a shag or a shag with a bang?

Either way, perfect for a Friday night.

Sherrill said...

It was fabulous to meet you!

Fiona Apple...that name sure brings back memories!

Happy (and safe) travels to you.

Sherrill

Nonna Sue said...

So glad you're back! Thanks for posting the link to Brian's sock project. . . insane, but at the same time a bit enticing. . . what am I saying!?!

Jean said...

Welcome home, stranger!

Slip, Knit... Meditate said...

You are becoming the REAL KNITTING SUPERSTAR of the year and that crochet item looks really good on Brian (gives him a lift -but to where I don't know- really) but I am sure it wouldn't do good on you. You are more a hat-man. How is Dolores doing? So happy to read your entry and can we expect more soon??

Anonymous said...

Have safe travels, glad you checked in. Missed Ewe.

Sally Webster said...

So lovley to have you back Franklin. May your black dog meet with a horrible road accident and never trouble you again.

Sarah said...

So happy to read your new post. I know that black dog - may it be kenneled for a long time. Welcome back!!

Gail said...

I knew you'd have Good Stuff to share when you got back here.

Annash said...

I missed you. Glad to have you back blogging.

Elizabeth said...

Welcome back

Emily said...

Oh, I'd rather have the growling & grouching from you than silence! MUCH rather.

I'm plenty familiar with the black dog. I'm on drugs for the rest of my life to avoid another major episode, & I don't care what it does to my body. I'd rather die than go thru it ever again. I'm so glad you had to keep busy, because that helps. Welcome back.

junior_goddess said...

Easter Yarmulke-
"FahRANKlin, you so Fahhhny."

Good to see that you are ok.

Fluzz said...

As a fellow black dog stalkee, *hugs*

Glad you're back though. I got your book this past week, chased my dog away for a while.

mamagotcha said...

You've been sorely missed. Take good care and thanks for letting us know how you're doing.

Valerie said...

Ah..."Grouching"...your southwestern Pennsylvania roots show in that word. Haven't heard it since I left there 32 years ago. When I was, of course, accused of grouching.

Holli said...

Oh, Franklin, we've missed you so. Glad he dog is back in the kennel and you're out and about again. Will be looking forward to more travel info.

IrreverendAmy said...

Next drawing project: black dog cartoons?

Until then, SHOO!

Good to have you back.

(Word verification: unfec. Short for unfecund?)

Kathleen said...

Just wanted you to know that I enjoyed the photography class with you at Loopy Yarns last month. I'm now anxiously awaiting PBS fundraising time in hopes that they will re-air Colonial House or any of the other House shows. Great to discuss lighting and highbrow reality TV with you!

Rosi G. said...

Does this mean I'll FINALLY get to meet you at Rhinebeck?? or at least SOMEWHERE in NYC?

Jamie said...

Woohoo! You're back! You're back! I so have missed your blog entries - their combination of wit and whimsy with historical foot noting. You are truly original. Yay!

shannon said...

well damn, i'll be out of town that weekend. bah!

okay, you should really try to hit twisted on ne broadway and close knit on ne alberta. trust me, they are fab!!! have a grand time in my city!!

Syd said...

Welcome back, you have been so very missed!

Rooie said...

So sorry you've had that black dog on your back. You have been greatly missed...I wept a little every time I checked my Google reader and there was no action on Panopticon...

How's that adorable niece? She in college yet?

JellyDonut said...

That "enigmatic little number" made it worth the wait. Glad you're back to posting.

Be sure to visit Powell's Bookstore, in Portland, btw.

Kayten said...

Hurray!!! You make me laugh as no one else does. I've missed you and sent good thoughts your way.
My word is "porid," as in , "That little black dog is a porid beast!"

Riin said...

Hey, Franklin. I was wondering what happened to you. I hope your black dog behaves for a good long while. At least it's a cute black dog. I just get monsters. But they're behaving themselves these days -- I bribed them with drugs.

The phrase "Knitting Seven Pairs of Socks at One Time on Two Circular Needles" made my eye twitch.

AR said...

After weeks of checking and No You,
here you are :-)
Welcome back Lovely, you've been missed.

Ann (yet another) said...

Welcome back, hon. Good to see you out from under the cloud.

Oddly enough, I recently downloaded Fiona Apple's version of Across the Universe. It was from the soundtrack of "Pleasantville" except that I heard it on the soundtrack of a Korean drama.

My verification word is "shessio"

which leads me to wonder just what I'm so.

Ann (yet another) said...

Oh, I forgot. In case you didn't catch it when he started it...Stephen Fry is uploading (slowly and in installments) an audio puzzle series called "The Dongle of Donald Trefusis" Fun stuff if you like puzzles, but personally I love his voice.

http://www.stephenfry.com/dongle/

OH! And if you get HDNet on cable or FIOS, his trip across America in a London Taxi series starts the 22nd.

(fan much?)

Emm said...

So very, very glad to see you back. Sit, black dog, sit. Woof. Bad dog.

The Easter kippah: beyond funny! Brian should crochet one for the black dog.

swtrknttr said...

Missed you. You are one of my daily reads. Glad to have you back with us!

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad you've come out from under the bed and that the dog is back in his place. I missed you. Stay well and thank you for sharing the 2 holiday crocheted hat which made me laugh out loud and reminded me to wish that you be written down for a good year --Jenn from Pittsburgh who lives in Albuquerque

Anonymous said...

You have been sorely missed; so glad you are back!

Anonymous said...

Welcome back. I have one of those dogs, too. The SPCA won't take him.

Yvonne said...

So glad to have you back! I do so wish I could be in your Portland class, but alas, I'll be showing my sheep at Oregon Flock & Fiber Festival in Canby, Oregon. I'll wave. :-)

Anonymous said...

A bunch of crazy (well, I'm assuming you're all crazy, 'cause the rest of us are) male knitters in an old CONVENT??

That makes me giggle.

Anonymous said...

Welcome home, dear.

obscure

Bonnita said...

Will you be going to the Flock and Fiber Festival as well?

meg said...

Welcome back - so glad to see you here. When you are in Portland (we were there in August for some sock thing), you should have breakfast at Pine State Biscuits. They are cheap and delicious and honest.

JK_in_KC said...

Delurking to say, "Welcome back." Perhaps the sheer number of comments can help keep the black dog at bay for a while.

word verification: plesto
Plastic + pesto?

Bethany (yarnorgy) said...

OMG! I love the Easter Yarmulke! Hysterical! Nice to see you in print again!

Cathy said...

thank you for coming back to us Franklin. It was very dreary here without you! And, I love the Easter Yarmulka!

Dicentra said...

I'm glad to see you are coming to Portland soon. Here's another vote for you to try and get to Canby for the Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival next weekend. Too much fun to miss!

Carol said...

So glad to see you're back. I was afraid Dolores had done something so scandalous you were unable to bring yourself to ever mention it, so the two of you had slunk off to the eastern Himalayas, never to be heard from again. I really enjoy reading your updates with my morning coffee, so it's great to see something new from you.

meg said...

Welcome back. I was wondering if Dolores had done something to you. Black dogs are difficult to work with - I've used chocolates and wine but actual pharmaceutical products seem to help more. All the best and safe travels.

Paddy said...

I finally get discharged from the hospital only to find you AWOL! Then I spotted you on Queer Joe's blog and I felt better. Glad you have resurfaced. Bring it on Mr. Creative! Best wishes.

Pamelamama said...

that kippah/easter bonnet is FANtastic.

LoriAngela said...

Thanks for ciming back to us.

SarahSeattle said...

I'm glad you're back. Good thoughts were sent your way over the past month. I'm relieved that the black dog has learned some manners.

Anonymous said...

Yay! Welcome back!

(aiming a well-placed puppy punt at tiny but adamant black dog)

*Michelle*

Vicky in Ottawa said...

Welcome back.

Have a nodding acquaintance with said inky beast myself, good on ya for coming back to us. Sometimes even when you see it coming, you can't run fast enough to escape it.

Hugs.

Miss Sandra said...

Welcome back! Was wondering if you were secretly becoming editor of a knitting/photography/artist magazine ala Eunny who also disappeared from the blogosphere and reappeared as a editor. Sounds like you've stayed out of trouble..sort of.

Seanna Lea said...

Sticking a dough hook in your mouth is pretty kinky!

Though I love my Kitchenaid, so it is about right at the same time.

Kenny said...

It was awesome to have met you up in the pacific northwest! Love ya!

Kate G. said...

Welcome back! Diamanda Galas? Oh my...that dawg was pitch-perfect black.

Rebeccag said...

Glad to hear the dog is back at heel. That type does have a tendency to forget all its training, no? Maybe we should swap pups; my black shadow for yours.

Patti (from Ottawa) said...

I missed you. You can be grouchy if you want. Damn that dog, anyway. Hugs.

WonderMike said...

All men are dogs.. or 14 year old boys, or so some wise person said at Dumas Bay.

I'm shocked that I didn't get to see the Yarmulke/Bonnet in person, but thank you for my spit coffee at the monitor moment today.

The things you do and say.....

WonderMike said...

All men are dogs.. or 14 year old boys, or so some wise person said at Dumas Bay.

I'm shocked that I didn't get to see the Yarmulke/Bonnet in person, but thank you for my spit coffee at the monitor moment today.

The things you do and say.....

Benita said...

He LIVES!!! I'll call him Franklinstein!

Diane said...

Yes yes! Come to OFFF (Oregon Flock & Fiber Festival) - Saturday and Sunday, too much fun to miss!

My verification is "liess" - wow, sounds like it's hissing...

Northmoon said...

So glad you are back. The crochet Easter Yarmulke is just too precious for words!

Patti said...

so glad to have you back. If you have time while in PDX, go to Powells' bookstore. Its the best bookstore ever. period. I'm sorry I'll miss you, but sadly, I no longer live in Portland oregon.

Lesley said...

Welcome back :)

Barb said...

So glad to "see" you back. I, um, have a dog like that, too.

Karin said...

While it is so nice for us to have you back, I bet it is nice for you to have yourself back.

I was just fortunate enough to be in Portland for the sock summit and had an opportunity to visit Knit Purl. Oh, my. I think you will like it there...a pice of my heart now lives in Portland, and not only because of the shop. Those people there get right under your skin and then they adopt you and show you around and take you out to dinner...you'll see.

Safe travels! And no travails!

unrvld said...

Thank you, Franklin. I've missed you.

Laura Gallagher said...

Welcome BACK! I'd worried about you. Good to see you posting again.

Christy D. said...

So good to see you back amongst the blogging. I am familiar with your black dog, his evil twin sister must live at my house. (I love that metaphor, btw.)

Have a wonderful time in your travels! (

Anonymous said...

Love your bete noir, though he doesn't look quite vicious enough. Missed you and I'm glad you're back.

Lise in NJ

SallyT said...

Too funny. Love the labels. Glad you're back in one piece.

Suzanne said...

So good to see you back. Missed you like crazy. Your Montana friends all have been worried and now we can breathe deeply, knowing you are up and about. Travel safely and keep in touch.

Anonymous said...

(throwing arms around you in a huge hug) You're back! You've been missed!

Stay away from that damn black dog. Better yet, send it over here. We have a GSD that will make mince meat of it.
d2

Ciorstaidh said...

I've missed your dry wit and regular updates on Dolores' shenanigans, and hoped it was down to too much fun. Ah, that little black dog. Hope he is well and truly dealt with for some time to come, mine keeps grabbing at my ankle just when I'm upright.

Anonymous said...

I don't know Brian in real life, but I already thought he was kind of crazy for the "because I can " seven sock stunt.

uh - the judeo christian headwear raises him to a new level of quirkiness in my estimation.

Glad you're back.
margieinmaryland

MarleneNSteger said...

I'm so happy you're back. Of all the blogs I've become hooked on, yours is top of the list - for knitting skill, humor, general brilliance...and more. A colleague of mine just returned from a business trip to Amsterdam. She is a knitter and googled to find a yarn store there. Among the "hits" was a pointer to your blog, which she forwarded to me. I informed her that I was a long standing Franklin fangirl, and a proud owner of "It Itches" plus some T-shirts. (When does 1000 Knitters go to press? ...hint hint)

Love you love you. Welcome back. Yay!

Marlene said...

subbles
I'm so happy you're back. Of all the blogs I've become hooked on, yours is top of the list - for knitting skill, humor, general brilliance...and more. A colleague of mine just returned from a business trip to Amsterdam. She is a knitter and googled to find a yarn store there. Among the "hits" was a pointer to your blog, which she forwarded to me. I informed her that I was a long standing Franklin fangirl, and a proud owner of "It Itches" plus some T-shirts. (When does 1000 Knitters go to press? ...hint hint)

Love you love you. Welcome back. Yay!

Marlene said...

I'm so happy you're back. Of all the blogs I've become hooked on, yours is top of the list - for knitting skill, humor, general brilliance...and more. A colleague of mine just returned from a business trip to Amsterdam. She is a knitter and googled to find a yarn store there. Among the "hits" was a pointer to your blog, which she forwarded to me. I informed her that I was a long standing Franklin fangirl, and a proud owner of "It Itches" plus some T-shirts. (When does 1000 Knitters go to press? ...hint hint)

Love you love you. Welcome back. Yay!

mildawg said...

Welcome back!

ccarter756 said...

Was the convent decommissioned before or after Dolores arrived?

So glad the black dog has run away again. We missed you here.

Laiane said...

A (belated)welcome back! I know all about that Black Dog, and I'm glad to hear you've put him back in his kennel for the time being. He never ever goes away for good, does he?

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