Archive for June, 2011

Can you hear it?  The wind is howling about the eaves and rattling all the loose bits on this house – and there are many.  It’s snug sitting in here with the fire going and listening to the gale outside.  I would that everyone were so comfortable and warm and safe and I’m so very grateful that I am.  The dogs they are a snoozing and Sonny Boy who is home from school with a bout of something horrid that’s doing the rounds is on the lounge and veging out covered with one of my earlier quilts and cuddling a hot cup of tea.


Soon I shall brave the elements to chop some more wood.  I’m rather good at that.  It’s all about getting it on the grain, don’t’cha know.  I remind myself a little of Ma Ingalls when I’m out there weilding my axe.


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ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, isn’t she beautiful?!  This is Baby Girl and she is the first born daughter of my first born daughter and I have been knitting for her ever since my daughter was pregnant with my first grandson 3 years ago.  Girls are just so much more fun to knit for.  You get to use pink and hearts and lace.

Here’s Baby Girl modelling one of the first items I made for her.  Notice the use of pink, hearts and lace.

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW.  That’s some cute knitting on one cute baby.

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