adorable pattern by the always awesome Trish of genuine mudpie). There was something really lovely about selecting skeins and working with the ROYGBIV spectrum like this, so my next useless rainbow project is already on the horizon. I'm planning to start hookin' it for the Ravellenics mass cast-on later today, in fact.
I've never done the Ravel-thingie games before, and I'm not planning anything big, I don't think. (Except the insane part of me that wants to start a ripple afghan, but I think I can avoid listening to that particular inner voice pretty easily, all I have to do is remember that I'd be working into a base chain of well over 100 stitches...) I'm eager to get into the Olympics themselves, too. Gymnastics! Diving! Watching people who are awesome at stuff do said stuff, while occasionally learning fun facts about various countries!
What Olympic (or Rave
Ooh, and a late addition---since Paula has received him (and made the sweetest. ever. post about him over at her blog, Knit and Seek), I can also reveal my seeeecret progress object, Wendell!