Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Between St. Pats and St. Josephs

If you want to see a Canada cowl by Stephen West design, or the Challah Infinity Scarf go to the 
threebagsfullcorner.blogspot.com site and check the new post out. 
I try to remember to tell you about my weekly posts there, but my scatter brain often forgets.  

On with MY blog: 

Fireman and I were in Delafield Wisconsin and he wanted to stop in the downtown area.  Knitch is the yarn shop I scored thanks to Siri.  
What a beautiful welcoming shop. 

I need  (NEEEEEED) more sock yarn, and I'm nearly finished with my green and gold socks, so
I give you
this little beauty. 

Zach asked where the irish Soda bread was last night...
so I had to whip some up. 
Did you have some soda bread this St. Pats?  

My Dog niece Quetzl turned nine on Sunday. 
Here she is obliging her Veterinarian mother with a princess party picture.  She did get the salmon to herself for dinner. 
What's my blog without a fur baby picture?


Tomorrow is St. Joseph's day. 
The Italian feast day and feasting day.
Don't forget to wear some red! 

11 comments:

Araignee said...

I did indeed have soda bread on my table. I love it. I always wonder why I don't make it more often.
I am drooling over your sock yarn score. What happy colors!

Tired Teacher said...

Siri is the best for finding yarn and quilt shops!

KSD said...

I found a GREAT yarn shop in Charleston a few years back --- I think it's closed now.

And, yes, I did have soda bread. Even shared some with the dogs.

Teresa Kasner said...

Love the new yarn! I would have loved soda bread on the table but we ate a $1.50 hotdog at Costco for dinner. Oh we do live the high life. :-)
((hugs)), Teresa :-)

elns said...

No soda bread, but I am all about sock yarn. I never think to ask Siri about the yarn shops!

Dee said...

LOL We were a day early for St. Joseph's Day.....we had Italian food last night.

Love the picture of the "Princess" pup! Happy birthday to her.

You know how it is with sock yarn.....it's like potato chips. Once you get started it is almost impossible to stop. ;-) Ask me how I know!

karen said...

love the birthday girl in the last photo :) She looks quite happy!!

Nancy Kay said...

I'm still laughing about your needing more sock yarn! And it's a great colorway!!

Wanderingcatstudio said...

You are quickly becoming a sock fiend! But who can blame you - hand-knit socks are the best!

Judy S. said...

Delafield, eh? What were you doing way up there? Might have to go that way some time.... Love the new sock yarn! I need to find a recipe for soda bread!

Mereknits said...

Oh my goodness Delifield!!!!! I used to live very close to there in Oconomowoc, well for a short bit of time. I love that area so much. There was no yarn store there when I was living there, the closest one was in Elmgrove.
Meredith

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