week instead of this week due to Hurricane Sandy.
I am almost done with my 2nd Purly Swirly sock, made out of
Lorna's Laces comfort sock yarn. They are a gift for Christmas,
so I'll be glad to get them done and out of the way. Hard to
believe next week is November. Not much time for gift knitting,
though I don't plan to do much this year.
I have carefully wound and put away my Rhinebeck yarn. I put each skein, or
similar skeins in a sealed baggie to keep critters away. I'm curious to see how
you store your yarn?
Pattern: Hiker's Vest, Briar Rose yarn she purchased last week at Rhinebeck.
I love love love the colors.
Here is some more of her Rhinebeck yarn wound up.
Brooks farm yarn. Lancaster TX. Superwash yarn, silk, viscose.
Last year Ruth, Martha and I made Wendy Johnson's summer mystery shawl.
A few weeks ago, Martha decided hers was too small, so she ripped it out
and reknit it since she had so much yarn left over. Isn't it beautiful?
(nice pic Martha!)
(meant ladies, not the shawls)
I had great technical difficulty getting her sock pics this week for some reason.
Don't you love the colors!!
I have been domestic this weekend. Made some pumpkin muffins yesterday.
Very good. Joe is making chili today. I mopped the floor - that takes a tole on
my back, so I think I'm done for the day.
Abbey and Mickey are ready for the storm.
Stay safe my dear blog friends. I hope I can post next week.