We are very happy with our +6" so far and more due today.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
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A SWEET VISIT!
There was fishing.... and then more fishing! And late night swims! A lesson with Grandma at the lathe! Lots of eating! Even some welding! I ...
I sent for two quilts from Quilts for Kids and this is the first kit I wanted to do. They supply all of the fabric and backing, you do the ...
I've had the pleasure of finishing several pieces off the quilting frame lately! This log cabin pumpkin runner is on the table finall...
The red Rain Lilies are starting to bloom! They are very pretty and have a bit more sweet aroma thant he white striped ones. We've had...
Aw, think of all those poor bare bunnies! Just kidding, I'm sure the fleece is wonderful.ReplyDelete
and a lovely grey - I only have white, so I usually blend it with something else... a little bit goes a long way for fluffiness! I'd say pure angora would be a bit too warm for your temps:)ReplyDelete
So, do you have to drain some of the water out of the pool before you can swim in it? How does the rain water affect the chemicals in the pool? Have you ever gotten so much rain that you have had to completely drain the pool and start all over again? Can you tell I have never had a pool? :) This is a new concept to me.ReplyDelete
I love that you knit a swatch with your fiber samples. Whenever I talk to new and potential members, I always mention your knitting a swatch and their faces get that "light bulb moment" look. I have the feeling lots of people now knit swatches, and why not? How else can you tell how the yarn is going to look in a project, or at what gauge it should be knitted than to do a sample? You are one smart lady.
Your rain looks delightful. A perfect reason to stay indoors and spin.ReplyDelete