Thursday, December 11, 2014

Test Run on Knitted Bookmark

 I had to try to make a teacup bookmark yesterday.
Isn't it cute? 
The pattern can be found at cvetulka.blogspot.com.
It took less than 20 minutes. 
I have to weave in the ends etc, but there may be another cuppa tea on the way!
This is our oldest ornament.  It belonged to Fireman's grandmother. 
I just love Mrs Frosty. 

I wish we had a bit of snow..
I really do.

I can't believe how far ahead I am with Holiday To do's. 
This retirement thing.....it is some kind of wonderful.

Today I'm listening to John Denver and the Muppets sing carols. 


Last night I watched National Lampoon Christmas Vacation.
I love to laugh. 
Nothing like the Griswald's to make me laugh out loud. 

Have a happy day. 

8 comments:

Wanderingcatstudio said...

The tea cup is cute. They would make cute coasters too!

Mereknits said...

You are making me feel kind of bad because I still have so much to do.
Love the bookmark.
Hugs,
Meredith

Araignee said...

Love, love, love the Muppets with John Denver AND the Griswalds. It's not Christmas without them. We had our first flurries today and it was lovely.

Araignee said...

I meant to also say that bookmark is brilliant. Love the little tag.

karen said...

that is one of my favorite movies :) I love the long eyelashes on your ornament!! Laughter is the best medicine :)

Dee said...

I just took a little blog reading break from Christmas cleaning/tidying/decorating. We are having work done on the house and I figured to get some things done while "stuck at home". So far I've done the mantle. The stuffies are in the rocking chair and I'm half way through the blog reading.

Now, I think I need a cup of tea. Somehow I got a "TEA IDEA" ......LOL

Cute bookmark.

Nancy said...

John Denver and the Muppets is one of my favorite Christmas albums!

Is the duct tape still intact on the cookie package?

SissySees said...

Love the little teacup! Glad someone is ahead on holiday to-dos. I just ordered cards last night, roughly a month behind. SIGH.

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