Just a Quicky

Before they head off to Stitches East 2009, I thought I would show you the little darlings. I am reveling in their cutness and color. But I feel it was a momentary fling.

Look at the colors I pulled out of stash this afternoon. Browns and grays, but all good.
The brown is Shetland Jumper weight and the grey is Alpaca.

This is the view I enjoyed while knitting this afternoon. Tough job, but someone had to do it.

These dahlias are still blooming like it’s August. Evidence that flowers don’t watch the Weather Channel.

Found this beauty hanging out on the leftovers from a previous post. These sunflowers have really earned their keep this summer.

And the is a little preview of a coming attraction. More on this later.
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2 Comments on “Just a Quicky

  1. Aaarrgghhh!!! I can't knit 'til these deadlines are over, but ever since it's gotten cold my fingers have started itching, and now seeing this is torture! But if I have to be tortured, I guess this is the best possible way…—Silence

  2. Momma, the teddies are absolutely adorable! Can't wait to see them modeled. And did I mention I am super jealous Moosh-face gets to have you all to herself in just a few days…really really wish I was home.

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