I grabbed a cold PBR from the fridge, said a few bad-choice words before ripping a stem off our aloe plant. I thought if I liked beer, or drank beer, it would have been a great time to chug one. Instead, I rolled the silver can over blisters, poured aloe on red skin and like a prayer answered, Luke walked through the door holding a king-sized Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. Hours passed, and I was finally able to move my hand enough to put some eyeballs on a few knitted ducks.
Olive June requested a knitty mama duckie and a baby duckie for her almost-here third birthday. [This pattern] from Ravelry was great, although I’d recommend lengthening the baby duck body a bit with a few more straight stitch rows.
I’m excited for her to open them on her birthday morning and add them to her every-growing duck/bird stuffed-y collection.
3. Six yards of orange and black oilcloth and sewing machine’s zigzag stitch created fun and festive house banners. And, I sure married the right guy because after ten a few nights ago Luke helped me with this project, knowing I’ve been carrying these rolls of oilcloth around for a long time:
She’s not only a quilter with a Sewing in the Dark label, but she’s the new marketing director for this island-grown online magazine Bon Bon Break. Love this so much I want to use it all year.
You know, it’s really a joy to visit here, to see photos of those beautiful girls and read your words, you are really awesome.
Thank you so much for the mitt pattern, I am going to cast on a pair for the little blondie here.
The camera strap is lovely and I would love to be entered in your giveaway.
joining Ginny for yarn along.