Thursday, October 11, 2007

Knitters' Coffee Swap III

1. Whole bean or ground?
ground please, I don't have a grinder at home

2. Fully-loaded or decaf?

3. Regular or flavored?

4. How do you drink your coffee?
In a mug with sugar and flavored cream

5. Favorite coffee ever?
White Chocolate Mocha from Starbucks

6. Are you fussy about your coffee or will any old bean do?
I actually don't buy the usual brands like Folgers and Maxwell House. Mostly I have been buying Longbottom Coffee. It's made right here in Hillsboro. Plus I love the coffee from Starbucks.

7. Favorite treats to have with your coffee?
scones or Panera bagels with cream cheese

8. Anything else about your coffee preferences?
Not that I can think of right now.

9. Yarn/fiber you love?
I love sock yarn - especially hand-dyed sock yarn. Plus I love cotton and cotton blends. I have recently used Bernat Organic Cotton which is very soft. Mostly I use Sugar n' Cream and Peaches n' Cream. I would love to try the CotLin from Knit Picks.

10. Yarn/fiber you hate?
I don't really hate any yarn. All yarn is there for a reason. But I am not too fond of scratchy yarn.

11. What's on your needles?
Socks, dishcloths, a HP Ravenclaw scarf, the Clapotis (still)

12. Favorite colors?
Blues, greens, purple, black, red, pink, camouflage

13. Allergies?
I don't have any but The Chief is allergic to cats. Plus I don't care for cigarette smoke.

14. Anything you really love, really don't like, or just need to get off your chest?
I love chocolate and lavender scented items. Halloween is my favorite holiday. My favorite candy this time of the year is Brach's Mellowcreme Pumpkins.

2 Daffodils planted:

sunneshine said...

mmmm, pumpkins!

Did you see what you started with the birthday calendar - there must have been 6 blogs that I surfed, not counting mine, that had it up - Fun!

Laurie said...

Welcome to Knitter's Coffee Swap! There are fewer things I enjoy more this time of year, as the seasons turn colder, than coffee and knitting. They seem the perfect match.
The birthday calendar is great. Chalk-full of information and interesting things. Thanks for sharing.