Celebrities use tools, too!

30 08 2006

“I am Celine Dion, and I love my DeWalt Circular Saw. I will make DPNs out of this tree with my DeWalt Circular Saw.”

“I am Joaquin Phoenix, and I can crochet
anything with my StealthSheath Ice Pick
brand ice pick.”

I am OldLadyPenPal. I keep my chewing gum in my tool drawer. And my stamps.
I’ll mail you some gum.


Here’s my knitting tool kit so far. There are some gorgeous Dani (Tesoro) hand-made stitch markers in there, my KP Options set, a crochet hook, some cable needles, and the regular knitting stuffs. Can you make out any book titles? **EDIT! And whoever can spy/make out the most book titles shall win a PRIZE! Yes! A PRIZE!

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9 responses

30 08 2006
Batty

Well, I see Atlas Shrugged, The Amber Spy Glass, and a Spanish dictionary!

Ahem. Nice tools, and the montages are a hoot. Celine Dion is one of those people I really can’t imagine with any kind of tool at all!

31 08 2006
Soapy

Hmm I see Atlas Shrugged, the amber spy glass, spanish dictionary, The ultimate? and are those hiding to the right some HQ romances?

Love Celine
I want to get those KP so nbadly..DH says why do I need them I already have LOTS of needles….lol I’d give them up for those ones….

31 08 2006
Soapy

Oh!OH!OH! I think I see the Chocolate War too!!! ;o))))

31 08 2006
Karen

Mmmm…Joaquin Phoenix.

Ahem. Books: Atlas Shrugged, The Amber Spyglass, The Chocolate War, a Spanish Dictionary, books by Cooper (?), I think near the dictionary is the DaVinci Code and a book by Jodi Picoult.

How’d I do? πŸ™‚

31 08 2006
Bezzie

Two copies of the Chocolate War? The S&B design journal, something by Dickens, Cassell’s Spanish Dictionary, and a spanish verb dictionary one book down, The DaVinci Code, Atlas Shrugged, the Amber Spyglass, The Ultimate Book of Kama Sutra Poses, and Fun with Cake Batter. Ok, I made those last two up.

31 08 2006
Penny Karma

Tess of the D’Urbervilles (one of my favorites), Atlas Shrugged, Vanity Fair, The Chocolate War, The Amber Spyglass, something by Charles Dickens, something by Anita Shreve (is it A Wedding in December?), The Ultimate Somethingrorother, Cassell’s Spanish Dictionary, The Davinci Code, and on the top shelf I think I saw S & B Journal, Catcher in the Rye, and a Winnie the Pooh Book of Quotations.

2 09 2006
Theresa

Top shelf: Some collection of stories and something by someoe named “Danny”. I think I see a Dave Eggers book, and that does look like Catcher in the Rye, or it looks like my copy at least.

Second row: The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli maybe?- a Dicken’s book, Tess of the D’urbervilles, Atlas Shugged, Vanity Fair, two (2) copies of The Chocolate War, the Amber Spyglass, and The Dark is Rising sequence by Susan Cooper!

Third row: Cassell’s Spanish Dictonary and something by Anita Shreve? There’s also Fun with … something – and that makes me very curious indeed. Fun with what?? And The Ultimate WHAT?? I’m dyin’ here. HELP!

2 09 2006
mjm knitting

i am amazed that people can figure out which books are on the top shelf in the photograph with less than an inch of the books showing. i see all the ones everyone else has pointed out, however on the bottom shelf do you have a john irving book on it? (fifth from the left) anyways great shots for this weeks “tools” assignment.

7 09 2006
Tesoro

Awww! Thanks for the compliment and mention of the stitch markers on your blog! πŸ™‚ Glad you liked them! — Dani

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