... go for caustic wit:
Available from ScreamPrinting on Etsy (used with permission).
Can't tell you how much I love this.
If anyone is inclined to participate, Michelle and I have joined the Ravelry Small Shawl Lovers group's "TeamWrapAroundEwe" for the Ravelympics next month.
Since we are making small shawl wraps/"shawlettes," our events will be LaceLuge and ShortRunShawl (unless they add more which would also apply).
I never understood the Ravelympics before, but apparently what happens is that you...
1) Join a team; you can join many teams and do many projects, but a completed project will only count as a "win" for ONE team. Your project, entered for one team, CAN count for multiple "event" categories (i.e., lace, shawls, etc.);
2) Enter your project info on a new Ravelry Project Page; using Team, Ravelympic, and Event tags so that Ravelry can magically "see" your project and apply it to the proper Team. These tags will be made available by Casey automatically when the games begin, on your Project Page, triggered by tagging "ravelympics2010" there;
3) Don't cast on until the opening ceremony;
4) Knit/crochet/spin furiously while watching the Olympics on TV;
5) Complete your project and mark finished on its Ravelry project page;
7) Get a "medal" to put on your blog!
It's all "calculated" automatically at Ravelry by the tags you assign to your project when starting it. The tags are what are most important - they "register" your project as participating in the games.
Hope that makes sense. Took me forever to figure it out!
Here is a Ravelry link, if you'd like to join our particular group and team:
And here are the official Ravelympics 2010 rules: