Sweet 16 and still going strong!!!
Kringle sometimes leaves the bathroom to explore.
Scratches an itch
and considers his trip back to his nook.
Church knitting for the winter months involve making hats, scarves and mittens for our parishioners, who generously keep us supplied with yarn donations!
I've been playing around with crochet and this was inspired by Chez Plums Design. I purchased the patterns for adult and infant sizes because I liked this concept so much! Sylvie's hat pattern will be featured in Annie Modesitt's soon to be released 1,ooo Fabulous Hats
But, my McGivered version permits several different looks!
Well..... maybe not.
I think this one is really cute! Ready for St Patty's day!
My version, not so bad, but I know I'll like the ones I end up making from the patterns better! I like that her original adult was made with Noro Kureyon! I'll tell you what, though, this hat was finished in a jiff!
Just one of my own creations with some worsted weight yarn. My love affair with feather and fan knitting...
New cat in the house. Meet Ringo. Found January 30th outside Music store, 10 degree weather. A very nice cat and a nice addition to our family.
Getting to know you, getting to know aaaall about yooooouuu! Shelby is learning to share her space in the Yarn Room!
My birthday in February. 54. We didn't need to advertise it. Cake made by Mike. Tastey!
Things to do when it's snowing...
Paint the kitchen...finally got started!
Take a swim in a heated pool.
Read a good book-it's even better when you paid only $2 at the B&N discount table!!! Sorry Stephanie, but a good deal is a good deal!
More unbelievable $2 deals!!!!
Feeling extravagant, I acquired these a few weeks before at $5 a piece!
Completely free! Courtesy of author Maggie Sefton, master of the knitting mystery novel!
More on crochet....
A sponge and some sugar n'cream cotton
We like fish during Lent! Tensillated fishie pattern-2 crocheted together as an acrylic softie. Would make a nice scrubbie/Tawashie thingie too, I think, if knit with cotton!
Time to hang it up until a later date. Happy knitting!