Thursday, August 30, 2007

Hogwart's Swap Questionnaire

1. What Hogwarts house have you been sorted into?


2. List your favorite double-point needle brands, including size and length. Or would you prefer circulars?

Depends on yarn and scarf pattern. I prefer bamboo or other wood needles.

3. Would you like to try a new brand needle? If so, which brand? Size? Length?

I prefer 9" for scarf projects. Usually straight needles.

4. If you are a RAVENCLAW, do you prefer the colors in the film or the book? Do you have a strong preference?

Doesn't matter much, I am leaning towards Blue and Bronze.

5. Do you have any allergies?


6. If you are swapping scarves - what is your desired length for the pattern? This will help your partner find the pattern that is just right for you and buy yarn accordingly.

Around 60" in length. I prefer skinnier scarves to really wide ones. I like to do lace-like or cable designs.


Tia said...

Hey there, fellow Ravenclaw. Let me know if you need anything!!!

Your "smart and witty" Prefect,
Tanya or Tia (your choice)

CelticMommy said...

Hi fellow Ravenclaw-
I agree with you on the scarves! I end up wrapping them around my neck twice, so the thinner ones work better. :-)
Happy Friday!

Lori said...

Hey there, spoilee! Your list of WIPs makes me feel so much better about my own ... which is only a little shorter than yours!

Angela said...

Isn't it funny how that works. I always feel better when I hear the ladies at the yarn store or knitting group mention ... oh I started another project, but I have so many started already, LOL!!

Lesley said...

Hey Angela, just got your comment on my blog...frankly *I* can't wait to see what you spoil me with ;)

Lesley said...

Hey Angela...I know in my e-mail to you I said I love Alpaca...I just finished a scarf (Branching out) in Alpaca Silk and my neck nearly went crazy with itch. I suspect I may have an allergy to alpaca after all (wails). Just wanted to put that out there.

Dragonsinger said...

I've found you! :D Making some notes and checking them twice :)