Not everything has been going my way lately, but thank goodness, the knitting and reading are not letting me down. Since last Thursday, I’ve started two of those spring cardigans. The sleeve-as-swatch has dried and I think it’s going to … Continue reading Unraveled Wednesday.
We’ve had a delightful time visiting and catching up. Even the weather was smiling yesterday. We walked outside in the morning to get Martha a few photos to share on Facebook. Martha and Mother Later in the afternoon, Holly and … Continue reading Watercolor Wednesday | Scenes from the Orchard.
I know I said I’d never do another test knit. yeah, never say never. When Melanie Berg shared her latest design on Instagram last week, saying she’d be putting out a call “soon” for testers, I immediately started stalking her … Continue reading Test Knitting.
Long-time (and maybe even not so long) readers probably know that my typical Wednesday routine starts with a walk (lately dark early with Marc), proceeds to knitting class and then to wine and knitting with my sister, Karen. It’s a … Continue reading A Wednesday with Extras.
It’s no secret that I love to wear neutrals. and since that’s mostly what I wear, it’s also mostly what I knit. So it was kind of a shock in class today that I was wearing a blue sweater and … Continue reading Knitting Colors.
…aka I have nothing more than a few photos to share and they have not much in common with each other … except that it’s Wednesday! First up, I dropped my taxes off this morning and was delighted to see … Continue reading Midweek Mash-up.
Waterlogue’s Illustration My sister found the recipe and shared it with me last week. I only had to buy grenadine and apple juice to mix it up today. It’s kind of a crazy mix of flavors, but it works! …and … Continue reading Cheers | Seven Dials.
We didn’t see any blue skies on today’s morning walk, but the colors near the ground more than made up for it. I know many of y’all are seeing wet white and gray today … figured you might like to … Continue reading Watercolor Wednesday | Spring Colors.
Hope – from my neighbor’s yard yesterday evening Sunday morning I had the privilege of hearing a sermon that moved me to tears. I came home and wrote my pastor* an email: “Today’s service – as well as last week’s … Continue reading Wise Words.