Sunday, October 19, 2008

So Sad, no Rhinebeck

I couldn't find anyone around here that wanted to go down on Saturday, so my lovely Husband volunteered to be my fiber buddy for the day. I was happy to spend the day with him and feeling yarn in a beautiful setting. Sadly I woke up with a terrible migraine Saturday morning. I spent the entire day in bed and by late in the afternoon I was finally feeling better. Hubby still offered to drive down even late in the day so that I could go. I just wasn't feeling 100% nor could I stand the extremely bright sunlight streaming in the windows at every angle. So We didn't go.I am sad, but I really didn't NEED yarn. Although it would have been fun to wander. I thought of driving down by myself today, and I would have loved it, but again I don't NEED yarn, so I decided to stay home and get things done around the house that have been neglected.

School keeps me way too busy, and once I get home, I don't really like getting on the computer. I get some reading done and some knitting too. I finished up a cute pair of purple mittens to match a previous beret for one niece.
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I also cast on in pink to match the second beret for my littlest niece another pair of mittens. These are the Dulaan pattern with a wider thumb. Supper easy and really fast too!
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The colors in these pictures are seemingly dark. The previous pictures of the actual berets are truer in color than what is shown here.

I received a swap package last week. It was organized over at Ravelry and it was a Book or Movie swap.. Supposed to be a themed package with a handmade object along with some yarn.
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I received some lovely yarn. Knitpicks Essential in Pine and another skein I had never heard of or seen before: Neighborhood Fiber Company, Watershed in Kingspark colorway. Plus there was a book by one of my current favorite authors: Philippa Gregory and a few other odds and ends to complete the package.

Now that my blog is updated, my ravelry page, the laundry is working, and the newspaper is read, I am off to work on my scarf. I have about three repeats complete. I promise to take a picture and post a picture of my progress really soon!

2 Comments:

At 6:51 PM, Anonymous Karen said...

Sorry you weren't feeling well enough to go to Rhinebeck.
The mittens are lovely.
That's is a wonderful swap package you received.

 
At 4:06 PM, Blogger Diana said...

Nice Mitties!!! Well since you missed Rhinebeck, you could treat yourself to a trip to WEBS!

 

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