Monday, October 17, 2005


Well, the sun is finally shining in our neck of the woods today. The wind was incredible yesterday. We had terrible phone connections because of it. Yes I do have several pictures for you too.

I finished my mosiac 6soxKAL on Friday or so. They were pretty fast to knit up. I like the mosiac pattern and will hopefull try this one again with the colors reversed this time, like I orginally wanted them. Not sure how I messed that one up. But I am hapy that they are done, and in fact they are on my feet right now with my felted clogs! I am happy to make things just for me!

Here's the next thing... I really wanted a tea pot cozy for my tiny teapot and I found a pattern at Lily Yarns. So I whipped that up on Saturday while we watched "Sideways" on HBO. An interesting and funny movie.

I also finished "A good Yarn" by Debbie Macomber over the weekend. A quick and fun easy read. With a 50% off coupon I picked up Yarn Girls Guide to kid knits last week. I have five baby shower gifts to make. And I don't exactly want to make the exact same thing. Plus on is my sister, so I liked several of the patterns for older children in this ne that hopefully I will be able to make for my current neice and am future neice or nephew.

I am beat. I stent the day at an all day conference today and now I must go sit in front of the tube and continue to veg... I am working on a scrap ripple afghan with some scraps. I really need to get a few more projects done wit my spare stash since I have been making things for me a lot lately!


At 6:53 PM, Blogger Mrs.Curvy said...

The mosiac socks came out great! I really like those. The tea pot cozy is lovely also!

At 10:47 AM, Blogger Maureen said...

Nice job on those socks. I think the teapot cozy is just adorable. Have you read Anita Shreve "Light on Snow"? I just started it the other night. I love her books.

At 7:36 PM, Blogger Jewels said...

wow those socks are gorgeous!! I will attempt them someday when I've developed more knitting skills. I'll get the good yarn book for next summer's reading I think. I really enjoyed the first book.

At 10:50 PM, Blogger Kimberly said...

The socks turned out great. You're making me feel like my sock anxiety is something I need to overcome quickly.


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