The beautiful, lovely and oh so kind Robin from My Nest of Yarn and Buttons had a wonderfully creative giveaway on her blog. We were to interpret what her sweet little granddaughter, who is learning to write, wrote about on a lovely picture. I believe I got three out of the four words as many people did, so Robin decided to give the lot of us each a lovely hand towel. Look at mine, it is perfect for Florida.
Here it is opened up, I love the bright colors. Thank you Robin for treating all of us so wonderfully. You are a dear, sweet, friend. Robin lives in Vermont, she has been under heaps of snow all Winter, but now is seeing signs of Spring. Go and pay her a visit and meet her beautiful Jack, I want to scratch his nose and give his beautiful face a big kiss. Robin is also the proud Grandmother to the two most adorable girls. Check her out, you too will become fast friends.
As far as WIP's this Berroco sweater has not even gained a row since I last featured it. I keep thinking if I post pictures of it then I will feel guilty enough to get working on it. We will see how that works.
The second Berroco sweater is almost up to the neckline in the back. This is an easy peasy knit. Funny though, I swear I thought this yarn was gray in the store. I also swear I thought it was gray in my house. But after seeing it outside it is actually greenish.
There must be something more wrong with my eyes than just needing readers for every single thing now. I even need them to knit, even when I am not looking at my knitting!
This lovely plant was dropped off in my garage last weekend by a lovely friend in remembrance of my Mother and MIL. Isn't it lovely and so thoughtful?
How is your week going?