Thursday, October 24, 2013

Lost in Space Cadet Mode


I am still working on the Fall Mystery Shawl. It is getting big and I just started on the 4th clue.  I am using large needles and some worsted acrylic yarn from my late mother's stash.  I want it to be a big, cozy wrap to take along in the trailer.  I am also working on some mindless dish cloths for neighbor gifts.

Beautiful carving on the mantle!

Handmade wood bowl

I love this antique pickle dish quilt!

Double Pinks!

Another Lovely bowl.


I went to Karen's for coffee and knitting on Tuesday.  Joy couldn't make it.  I chose the Ouray,CO cup.  It is one of my favorite places!


My pal Koa!  He is such a sweet boy!  He has taken a liking to me from the first time I met him.  Beautiful dog, wonderful soul!  

This is my WIP Wed, KCCO and Yarn Along for this week (a bit late!)

Also, I am still adding more destash patterns, books and vintage craft books to my Etsy Shop and also to my new Zibbet shop.  Please take a look and see if there are any titles that you are looking for!  

I have a coupon code good for 10% off anything in my Etsy shop especially for my blog readers. LHBLOG10.


Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Stormy forecast Wednesday

BFF and Summer Mystery shawl
I just need to graft the BFF cowl, block it and get it in the mail. It is a surprise, so I am not going to show a good photograph of it until it finds its' way to the Lucky Duck.

Started the bind off!
I had only four rows left on the mystery shawl, so got that done last night.  Just got about a little bit of the bind off started last night.  That should be finished today and then to the blocking pile!

KAL with Karen and Joy
Karen, Joy and I are going to do a knit along using the Wingspan pattern.  I thought we were scheduled for coffee today, it was really scheduled for tomorrow (I should have looked in my appointment book) and Karen has a conflict, so we have to reschedule for a later date.

I finished my vintage Bodice Ripper.  I realized I must have read it many years ago.  It wasn't all that great. Oh well, I am moving on to "The Wife's Tale".


On my quilting blog I was lucky enough to be asked to join a blog hop with some wonderful art quilters.  The theme is "My Family Quilt".  We are to share a story about someone in our family who has made a quilt.  My turn was yesterday, check it out here.  Today is Judi's turn to share her story.  



This is my WIP Wednesday, KCCO and Yarn Along post for the week.