Thursday, July 29, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Read it yourself in the book of Matthew 16:1-3
Caleb won the golf game; he has come into his own on the course; we stuffed ourselves on the roasted chicken dinner and headed home! Lovely day, guys!
Friday, July 23, 2010
After a trip to JoAnns for fabric, we got it in place in A's room! The fabric on the bed it the soon to be made quilt for her, too. Sew, Marsel, sew!
Bill and David did all the trimming of the front yard bushes and shrubs. Looks great guys!
I finally finished all the fringe and got the bamboo shawl washed and hung to dry.
After a heavy downpour, this little guy did some drying out! So cute!
Some good girl time!
I actually got to do some knitting on the car ride home. Kitties did a bit more sleeping because they were tired out after their fun visit with their fur cousins, too!
Thanks for the great week my Georgia family!
Monday, July 19, 2010
here. I need to get some stitch markers on the needles cuz it is easy to lose my place with interruptions! (Using #6 needles and knitpicks shimmer yarn)
I loved the new yarn from Sugar 'n Cream Stripes....it worked up great for the pinwheel dishcloth.
Off to help with dinner......
Thursday, July 15, 2010
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
Monday, July 12, 2010
(I got a bit behind when I couldn't knit yesterday afternoon or evening-I suffer every time I eat pork. I love the way it tastes but I will definitely avoid it from now on. I used to suffer from eating everything but after having my gall bladder out, very little bothers me anymore.....except for pork. I might be thick about some things but this is a done deal now-no more oink for me!)
Friday, July 9, 2010
Yarn from the stash, Lion Brand Wool Ease, in worsted weight on #8 needles. The pattern is called Dad's Hat. A fast and relaxing ...
I added one dark red in the busies of having my peoples here! All four grown children and their families are here! There are 17 peopl...
Mom's Patriots Quilt from Connecting Threads is finished. I did a subtle star and ribbon pantograph. I will admit that we ...