1 Are you religious? No. My morals resemble a fair amount of religous teachings, but I do not belong to any specific faith.
2 How long have you been knitting? Would you consider yourself a Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced? I've only been knitting for a little over a year, and I would peg myself as Intermediate. I can't quite get Intarsia!
3 Do you have any other hobbies besides knitting? I crochet, I love to read, I tried sewing but flunked out.
4 Favorite color(s)? Deep, rich colors like dark blues or reds are good.
5 Do you collect anything? Books, yarn, and clutter!
6 Are you allergic to any fibers or animals? Not that I'm aware of
7 Do you have any pets? Oh goodness, yes. 3 dogs, 2 cats, 1 lizard, 3 fire bellied toads, 1 frog, 2 hampsters, and well over 100 fish (in multiple aquariums). My boyfriend is an animal nut and I kind of got sucked in. My yarns are kept separate from all of the animals, though.
8 Coffee, Tea, or Hot Chocolate? I cannot even stand the smell of coffee (aversion developed during a pregnancy). I like sweet rich hot teas like the Wild Sweet Orange at Starbucks. I like chocolate but not a huge fan of the hot chocolate.
9 Cookies or Sweets? Both! But NO Nuts! I'm not allergic but I just don't like the taste of nuts.
10 Do you knit socks? I am knitting my first pair now...and they're turning out a bit...big. Really they look more like boots. :(
11 If not socks then what? (tell us about your favorite knits): I like to knit baby clothing mainly because it's a relatively small effort and you finish more quickly. I like scarves, mittens, sweaters, blankets, etc.
12 Do you put up a Christmas tree? If not then what do you do? Yes, I have a four year old son so we celebrate Christmas and Santa.
13 Favorite holiday treats? Fudge, brownies, pumpkin pie, Cherry cordial hershey's kisses (they only sell them around Christmas in my area)
14 Favorite holiday smells? A brown sugar ham being baked! gingerbread, vanilla, pine.
15 Do you celebrate Christmas in a traditional or unconventional way? Please elaborate. I would say traditional...we buy gifts and Santa comes and adds more on Christmas Eve, we put up stockings, and on Christmas morning my son rips through yards and yards of wrapping paper. :)
16 What are your favorite holiday traditions? Time off work! Just being around family and friends, really.
17 Finish the sentence: "For me Christmas is all about...."being thankful for what I have and sharing as much of my good fortune as possible with others.
18 If you were a Christmas ornament you would be…….?Probably one of those homemade contraptions that your kids make in elementary school, with the popsicle sticks and glue showing around the edges. Imperfect, but lots of value. :)
19 What was your favorite gift you've ever received? Or given? Gosh, I don't know.
20 When do you start your Christmas? Christmas Eve. Although the cooking starts a couple of days before.
21 Do you send Christmas cards? Do you make them or buy them? Yes, I send them, and I generally buy them from a printer online so I can get them personalized.
22 What is your favorite Christmas dish? My dad's homemade twice baked potatoes or his Christmas ham.
23Carolers are at your door. What do you do? I would bring my son out to see them and listen. We don't get carolers much in the south!
24 When do you open presents? Christmas eve or Christmas morning? One on Christmas Eve, the rest on Christmas morning.
25 Do you celebrate with family or friends or both? Both. Some of my friends are practically family!