Monday, March 10, 2008

If I could, I would might

I was finishing up making a Mystery Yarn Ball for a swap, and I was beginning to feel like I was making a Katamari. This is a seriously popular/addictive game, from what I have seen around here. According to Wikipedia, some would even say it is good for you
University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor James Paul Gee has stated that he believes that Katamari Damacy is one of, if not the, most beneficial games released in terms of how it helps brain development.

I had a lot of fun winding stuff up into the yarn, and will be interested in seeing what the person it is going to thinks of it. (I am also looking forward to mine showing up at my doorstep.) I would make a "real" Katamari if only I knew how to crochet. Well, if I made one, I would probably have to make at least two and probably three or four. Might be safer to not learn.


Bubblesknits said...

That's pretty cool! Sounds like an addictive game.

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Sarah said...

I want one... Not enough to learn but it is cool.

Stephanie... said...

well the recipient of the yarn ball thought it was great and hysterically funny! How many people really do get a yarn ball that quacks and thanks too for the wee little piggy. I had received one from the DD but it had burned out so I desperately needed a replacement.