I was tagged by Mary Beth with a meme. Here are the rules: 1. Pick up the nearest book of 123 or more pages. I picked up Debbie Macomber’s 74 Seaside Avenue, and opened it. I happened to open on page 123 2. Open the book to page 123 and find the 5th sentence. "Dad?"… Continue reading Tag, You’re It
Yes, hard to believe. I have finished my Toe Jazz socks from the Fiber Trends pattern. The yarn is Lang Jawoll Cotton Jacquard. I thought they would look good with my Betula sandals. The carpet coordinates well with most anything. I would have to check the blog or Ravelry to remind myself when they were… Continue reading Actual Finished Socks
So I have gotten to the hood for CPH. I think I don’t need to worry about running out of yarn anymore, I have lots left for the hood and ribbing trim. Whew My Wee Tiny Sockie for the Wee Tiny Sock Swap is finished. It seems to brighten up a cool overcast day. Peanut… Continue reading All Sorts of Things
So here is my new project. A wee tiny sock for the Wee Tiny Sock Swap. I think I am knitting on toothpicks. Socks that Rock (lightweight, I think) in Hot Flash. The first leftover yarn I laid my hands on.
Hey, remember the Central Park Hoodie? I finished the right front last night, and it is blocking now. Next step-hood! Hey, Deb, it’s spring now, the Japanese magnolia is blooming! The peach trees are covered with blossoms… There are pink and white petals everywhere!
Hello Hiryu. Who says I don’t have clever titles on rare occasions? DH keeps trying to give my Accords Japanese names. (History majors, what can I say?) However, Soryu, for green dragon, was a WWII aircraft carrier sunk at the battle of Midway. Hiryu, either red or flying dragon, was also sunk at Midway. So… Continue reading Sayonara Soryu
Of course, there were too many people around when the sun was on the real flamingos and sculpted ones to get a photo opp with the sock, so I had to settle for neon. DH and I have stayed in the pink place every trip to Las Vegas. Did anyone see that coming?