Thursday, March 31, 2011

2KCBWDAY4.....Blog week topic. What ever happened to......


So , whatever happened to a knit projuect is today's topic. Well, here is Marta with the cowl I knit up on our Arizona vacation. Her smile says it all! She loved it.

Whatever happened to my oldest FO? The ugly/cute crocheted bear squares? Well, they are just lying around for inspiration one day. I can't bear , pun intened, to throw them out. They are from a cheap scratchy old acrylic yarn of years ago. Yet I think if they were backed with a soft fleece they could make really cute little mini blankets. Too bad I do not sew. The fate remains unknown. Someday, I suspect I'll show them to a friend who sews, and in a perfect world she'll offer to make them into something cute.

As long as we are what ever happening,
what ever happened to the moon that was so close to us a few weeks ago? Ours was completely covered with clouds and I never saw it. Did you? Did you bless your garden?
What ever happened to PDQ? Fireman loved that stuff. It was a chocolate sprinkly thing.....



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8 comments:

sapphireblue said...

Some of my beginner projects will never see the light of day.

Katherine said...

Marta does indeed look happy. Knitter's heaven is when someone truly enjoys a knitted something we've made for them!!

The moon was just the moon up close and personal. The "Man" didn't even show up.

Katherine said...

Wait!! you can't buy PDQ anymore? That's just criminal!!

Channon said...

PDQ? I feel I'm missing something here... it seems I might be ignorant forever.

Love the happy recipient.

kathy b said...

Channon honey you are just too young! PDQ meant PRetty darn quick and it had nothing to do with the candy like sprinkles you put over ice cream etc. .Some put it in milk to make it chocolate milk. WE cant find it anymore. boo hoo

Beverly said...

Lovely knit. I can see whey she loves it.

Didn't see the moon and still don't have a garden to bless.

What is 2KCBWDAY4 and PDQ. I only know pdq as "pretty damn quick".

Judy S. said...

We saw the moon on our walk but almost missed it! Kept looking and looking until a guy stopped his car and told us to turn around...it's hard to walk backwards! Just got back from Chicagoland and are about thawed out....

Yarn Miracle said...

No moon tonight! I still love the colors in Marta's cowl.

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