I also baked another batch of bread today since I was home again. This time I made plain white bread, and I'm taking a loaf to our neighbors/friends down the street while it's still warm. I used a Bread book I've had for about twenty-five years, back when I was a card-carrying LaLeche League Earth Mother with two little girls at home. Brings back memories.
I'm liking the contrast of dark Kuryeon and light Silk Garden in these mittens.
I'm using an old favorite, Warmest Mittens, by Kris Percival. It's from a boxed set of project cards, one of my early knitting purchases. Today must be a day for revisiting the past.
I'm thinking about this shrug, (even though I haven't even started the Mondo Cable Cardi that I've talked about.) Is it too "young" looking for me I wonder?
I didn't get the sewing machine out today, but since school's out again tomorrow (icy roads, our area doesn't have much in the way of snow/ice equipment), maybe I'll get to it then.
This looks like a great idea, although I'm not sure I'd do the patchwork thing. Still, it might be a good way to ease into quilting type sewing.
And this is really interesting; making a clipboard artsy.
I'm never doing this, cute as it is, but you might.
And I don't crochet, but I just might give it a go after seeing these. Hearts, of course.
Wow, this post really is all over the place.