I have been working on the Freemans Alley armwarmers again. These are from a kit with 3 colors of Koigu sock yarn. I started another project. Yes, I do have a few going. This is an effort to use up stash yarn. Wish I could remember why I have 11 skeins of Noro Silk Garden.… Continue reading Actual Knitting
I got my first order of CJ Kopec yarn, which I have heard about, but never ordered. This is Magic colorway in alpaca/merino/silk blend worsted. It is soooo soft. Here's the finshed first Glam Glove, w/o ends woven in, or blue button for ring Here is the toddler hat I crocheted for a 1-year old… Continue reading More Assorted Stuff
I started the Glam Gloves after finshing the October Leaves mitts. I strung 240 or so beads on the Cherry Tree Hill Supersock yarn got from a Ravelry destasher. It is way lighter than the yarn for my socek, but oh well. I have finished one mitt, and added it to the Pile of Finished… Continue reading More Mitts and Yarn and Stuff
I have finished the leaf gusset of the October Leaves mit, so I took it out to find an autumnal photo settng. The yarn is Springvalley Yarns by Alabama Fiber Dreams Simply Fingering…With A Twist! in the Harvest Wind colorway. The yarn has a nice twist and the colors are just the right color for… Continue reading More Mitt
Well, I started them a few days before the end of October. These are October Leaves fingerless mitts, in Harvest Wind color from Springvalley Yarns by Alabama Fiber Dreams Simply Fingering…With A Twist!
I spent the weekend with my sister in the North Georgia mountains. We stayed in Sautee-Nacoochee at Lucille's Mountaintop Inn. It was literally on a mountaintop. The weather was really nice, and the leaves are just starting to change. We had great breakfasts and desserts in the afternoon. We met in Dahlonega, at Magical Threads… Continue reading Mountain Weekend
Actually, this is pear honey. (I used 2 cups of pineapple and cooked it in a 3.5 qt Crock Pot on High until it got thick) I did not quite have enough pears for a batch, so I had to run out to the tree. I grabbed a limb, shook it and got outta the… Continue reading Pears, Honey