Had a Chookyblue zoom meet! What a lovely way to start the new year ... catching up with everyone
Thanks for the creative inspiration!
Reflections on my life as a quilter, knitter, student & prior owner of Fibre Junction - A quilt shoppe
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of catching up with like minded gals. I so enjoy Chooky's Zoom Zoom gatherings. The ladies are all so wonderful. As a bonus, I get to practice understanding the Aussie Accent! lol
I did a bit of knitting on a pull over I'm working on for Pumpkin. The pattern is called Le Classic by Espace Tricot. It's free on Ravelry.
I also worked on Seaside Cottage, a kit/pattern by Primitive Gatherings: a new wool piece I started a couple of weeks ago.
Hope you all had a wonderful December 25th!
Catch you all later! Cheers!
I truly love this time of year. There's something magical about it. This year is quite different due to Covid ... and another variant ... but still magical!
Quebec is presently under an emergency lock down ... yet again ... but, I keep my focus on gratitude. I have so much to be grateful, my health, my family, my friends, a warm home and a full belly. In the middle of this Covid chaos, I am content ... what more could I ask?
This year I decided that I would get lights for my bay window. It faces the front of the house. Bought them early December but did not get them hung until much later. I couldn't find my board pins, so the heck with it! I hung them in what I call, a half ass fashion. I used the curtain rod hooks that were already there. Must admit, the half ass look is growing on me ... who needs board pins?!
Finished knitting a pair of socks that ended up being a gift for my favourite niece. I decided to try using contrasting yarn for the heel and toe. Must admit, I like it!
Socks are mindless for me. I don't need to think about it ... I just knit.
Thanks for stopping by my little corner of cyberspace!
Enjoy celebrating this festive time of the year!