Announcement: I just went to my VERY FIRST yarn store!! I have bought yarn at Walmart, thrift stores, online (Smiley's), Michael's and Hobby Lobby (the last two only when we're in a town that has them - we don't at home), but I have never before been in an honest-to-goodness yarn store. It was sensational. … Continue reading YARN!!!
Our beautiful baby wearing a genuine Charleston bonnet made by Eighty-Two Church Street. It was a gift from my Aunt Susan when my older girls were very small. With it she's wearing a smocked dress from Strasburg Children (now closed, to my horror).
We'll be traveling some of next week and I won't be able to do a Yarn Along post. Since I finished the baby sweater I was working on for a friend, I thought I'd just go ahead and post pictures of it now. Ravelry Link This hat was a bit of an experiment: it's reversible. … Continue reading Baby Cardigan and Hat
An enjoyable treat, even on a fast day. You know you have a good bread pan when you have to put it in the oven diagonally in order to fit... Goodness: cutting the bread before letting it cool Simple pleasure.
This week I've been working on two projects. The one below I've been working on since the middle of June. It has accompanied me to all of my doctor's appointments. It's rather tedious and I admit I have to have something else going on while I work or my eyes can't focus after 15 minutes. … Continue reading Yarn Along: Gifts and Borrowers