Friday, December 18, 2009

Dream In Color Gift



I knew this was perfect for someone when I found it yesterday, I am calling the color Evergreens, or Parochial School.

Chicago weather: Big big snowflakes drifting down

Music : Amy Grant's Christmas CD

Coffee: Caribou Blend

Tree: Lit

Destination: Egg Harbor Cafe and then Gift shopping!

How about you?

14 comments:

sapphireblue said...

That's lovely!

Patt said...

I love Egg Harbor! I always go there when in Chicagoland! Merry Chritmas, enjoy the big snow flakes. We have puring nasty rain here in Atlanta land.
Beautiful yarn, makes me want to run to our LYS, but it is 45 minutes away.

Breien in Lansingerland said...

It is a beautiful colour!

I am working with the KnitPicks that I received from you recently. DH finally decided it was time he got a pair of mittens... LOL! freezing in Holland.

Katherine said...

The Dream In Color (love it!) is a gorgeous color! The coffee sounds yummy. We are planning shopping for today but sadly with no big fat snowflakes. Chicago I miss you!!

Grace said...

Parochial School is perfect!!!

weather: hazy clouds snowstorm brewing
Music: Sounds of the Season on cable tv
beverage: Christmas tea

Christmas shopping finished as of an hour ago

Knitting Soap Operas and contented sighing planned for the afternoon

Grace said...

Forgot Tree LIT!!!

Birdsong said...

What a beautiful shade of green! I love it, and would call it "Evergreens". Parochial school means deep navy to me.

Elaine said...

Lucky friend! It's lovely and I don't usually like green. Although parochial school is green, this is much too nice.

Enjoy your relaxation.

Darcys Knotty Knitter said...

Just gorgeous:)Hugs Darcy

Sara said...

LOVE! Seriously pretty greens.

Kathy said...

Patt,

I love the pumpkin walnut pancakes on the fall menu!

Patt said...

I am so embarrassed about my spelling! I guess I can't type and was so excited to comment! I have never tried the pumpkin walnut, sounds good. I forget what I had last time I was there, I know I enjoyed it.
I had a green and blue plaid Catholic school uniform, then in 4th grade they changed to brown plaid, but it had large pleats so it was easier to iron every night. The green/blue plaid had little pleats all over and my sister and I pinned them each down and ironed them every night.

me said...

that yarn is perfect for me!!! (well, I suppose it is perfect for many of us.....) Great deep color, like a forest or spring...

love the description of the tree lit and music playing... knit knit knit!!!

Beth said...

I enjoyed your post and I could picture the setting very easily! Thanks for your comment on my blog. Have a great weekend!

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