There's been some progress on the landscape project although I know it's pretty hard for you to see. I have the sky (mostly) quilted, as well as the grass area. For now, the tree is just pieces scattered on awaiting their final placement (hooray for glue sticks!).
Over the weekend I completed another pair of socks now happily adorning Resident Chef's feet. I changed the 'recipe' I use for making socks and replaced the ribbed legs and foot tops with stockinette (although I did do 16 rows of rib at the top to help hold them up). Remains to be seen if they're stretchy enough to suit the Chef and if they're not I'll go back to my original pattern.
I think the yarn is Regia, but of course I've
misplaced the ball band so can't say for sure.
- Although THIS is sort of a commercial site, the design made me smile so I hope you do too!
- Have a look through the gallery of THIS amazing artist.
- THESE are really pretty and would be a great use for scraps.
- THIS is one of those things that would be handy for so many purposes.
Today's quote is from Charles M. Schulz...."All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt"
.....and....a wee update to this post. This morning my sweetie Resident Chef arrived in my sewing room doorway with this...
(which he, of course, will help me eat)