Thursday, January 19, 2006

LabLinoleum Lurkers

Do you lurk about the green linoleum floors of this here lab, I mean blog, late at night without so much as a hi, how's it going oh Lady of the Linoleum flooring?

Well, stop it!

Leave me a comment and let me know you're out there. OR check out my sidebar and make your mark on my Frappr map!

Peeps, I know it's difficult to fathom, but I actually stop by all of the blogs on my sidebar and I found a good many of them through my commentation (Drew's word, I stole it). And let me tell ya, you guys are making some inspirational stuff and I am fortunate to be able to participate in your bloggy worlds.

C'mon you want a little LinoleumLove right???

42 comments:

Sheila said...

I'm here!!!! I've been reading and enjoying the entries - particularly the ones where you talk about how you come up with your creations. Some would rather keep that info to themselves and I think it's wonderful of you to share. (I kept picturing those steaks on my George Foreman Grill after being in a marinade overnight).

Heatherly said...

hi
i am out here!the crawling eye movie arrived yesterday. we are gonna watch monster movies all weekend (50 movies in 1 DVD set!!!)
yippeee!

Amy (yarnaholic) said...

Hi, LadyL! I've been reading your blog for awhile now, and have you added to my bloglines. I also have a link to you on my blog. So please come pay me a visit if you get a chance!

Amy (yarnaholic) said...

Oh, I forgot to leave you an easy link to my blog: http://catsinmycraftbasket.blogspot.com

The Shrone said...

I'd Frappr your map, but don't see the link. Help!

kath red said...

hello there,
catching up on your news.
love the tomatoes and the snow flakes
k

Deneen said...

I'm always here. I don't comment much cause it takes so long on dial-up to load yor pictures, the comment window takes forever!

Andy's Crafts said...

Love the tomatoes, are they your army of defenders? They look pretty mean and red.

Julie said...

Hi!

Anna said...

Hiya Lady L. Your monsters are inspiring. Very strange and a bit funny and wacky, I like them. :)

I'm not actively blogging at the moment, but I do actively check the blogs in my bloglines, and you're one of them. :D

Julie said...

I am commenting and I have Frappr'd you. I am a well behaved blog reader tonight, you caught me at a good time. :o) Bloglines is great but it does increase the lazy commenter quotient I'm sure. At least, I know it does in my case.

marie in florida said...

i got to your blog through yarnstorm; and got to yarnstorm through someone mentnioning her problems with a particular yarn bleeding colors.

i'm loving your site, what i can see of it. for some reason, probably because there is so much to see, it won't all load on my p.c. at home. i might go to the library tomorrow and pay them the two dollars they charge for internet use for non card holders.
i go through a phase every year when i crochet hats almost non stop for a while, when the weather is cool i once crochet an armadillo , making up the pattern as i went...aand i too love vintage patterns books.
do ya crochet lace?
more later; after i read more of your posts; p.s. love the turban in progress, can't wait to see it finished

Nancy said...

Commentingly commenting commetifyingly with much commentation.

Kat said...

I'm a lurker. But consider me present and accounted for.

MrsFife said...

Well if you ask me, I think you are going to drown in a sea of comments...

Thanks for delurking at my blog, BTW, which has nowhere near the interesting stuff yours does :)

lunadiosa said...

Hi...I didn't realize it was bad to read without saying anything. Sorry about that! I really admire your work. You have amazing talent and creativity!

Kate said...

Mmmmmm Meat with Eyeballs!

SheCrochets said...

I often stop by and am continuously amazed at how creative you are! I especially loved the puppets and can't wait to see more!

Michelle said...

Ok, I Frappr'd you, now you can Frappr me! (That invitation is extended to anyone else who might care to drop by.)

You're such a mad crochet genius that I feel compelled to visit every day to see if a new meat-with-eyeballs creation has appeared.

miss kendra said...

i am here!

Vicky aka stichr said...

Ok Peeps~~~snicker snicker....I signed your Frappr and so far I am the northernest there.

Amy said...

I'm back into checking everyone out after the holidays. Finally getting back on track.

Bonnie said...

I just found you recently and I love your site.

fledchen said...

I find your work very inspiring. I'm still struggling with basic stuff, but I hope to one day design (and stitch!) my own soft sculptures.

I usually don't comment on Blogger blogs because of word verification. I'm legally blind and it can take me about 20 minutes to figure out what the word says.

Heather said...

*stares guiltily at the floor* I showed my daughter Prof Rojo, she thinks he rocks. :) She's been bugging me about making some more eyeballs ever since I tested that pattern. She's had so much fun with the one I made. LOL

FinnyKnits said...

Lady, you know I patrol your greenness on a regular basis. I am particularly enjoying the tomatoes right now, although my hubby likes the T Bone family -- he's a voracious carnivore. Perhaps I can inspire you with the newest appearances in my veggie garden -- brocolli! They are devilishly coy and beautiful you know...

Megan said...

I'm lurking! Well, now I guess I'm DE-lurking. :)

Hi!

Tiffany said...

Hi!

I'm ashamed of how easy I fall into the skim-through-Bloglines-without commenting-trap. I do love your blog and all of your creations!

Renee said...

Hey there! I'm still reading and enjoying your blog! My blog suffered some very unfortunate technical difficulties-which is why it is no longer available. So I wasn't sure if I could still comment on yours, but apparently, I can! Keep up the great work, you mad woman, you!

Jenn said...

I just stopped by from Craftster. I have to say I love the tomato!! but then I saw the corn! too amazing!!

Michelle said...

I am absolutely in love with your talent!!! I'm currently looking for your your 'items for sale'. Unless you took them down, I can no longer locate them. My 13 yr old nephew just loves your work. Thanks for sharing your talent with the rest of us!

Micky said...

I jumped on the map. You can come leave your mark on mine if you want.
I also updated so you can see if it meets with your approval.
:)

Steve said...

Hey Lady! I think I caught a virus from your site...all I can think about are crochet jellyfish now!!! ;)

I have a baby of my own that I hooked up today. (http://greenman71.blogspot.com)

Thanks for sooo much inspiration!

**s

Cindy said...

I don't remember if I have ever commented. So, Hello!!!

Ev said...

Germany is here too!!! I absolutely adore your Killer- & Psycho-Crocheting - you're amazing! And I would really love to have a tute from your Turkeyzilla and your Medusa to let them rock over my country!
Go on - never stop!

Sally said...

Are you kidding?? This blog is how I end my day.....wonder what's she up to now...I wouldn't be able to sleep if I didn't check in lol!! Thanks for a great time!!!!

Sally said...

Are you kidding?? This blog is how I end my day.....wonder what's she up to now...I wouldn't be able to sleep if I didn't check in lol!! Thanks for a great time!!!

MomEtc. said...

Hi there....I enjoy your site tremendously. I'm always looking for new crocheting ideas...and you've got plenty!

krista said...

I always read your site. I subscribe with bloglines, and I don't always comment... So I comment now for you. Love Love Love!!!

Stacey said...

I'm here, but a week behind as per usual!

Samantha said...

I'm not a lurker, but heck, I'll post here anyway! I love popping over here for my dose of linole-love and monster crochet... Come by my place anytime!

oasispaw said...

I love your stuff! Mention of the Bacon Wrap helped me get a job!! =]