Saturday, December 26, 2015

Back to Knitting

 I had a wonderful Christmas. 
This is Tank with a ribbon on. 
That's a small Miracle in and of its self.
All your blogs were so wonderful with wishes, yesterday.
I read them in a quiet moment but had no time to comment. 
 Al's in town
Here is her nearly finished baby blanket gift. 
I think it is amazing.  
Corbin is walking, and Corbin is the recipient. 
Al's determined to finish this.
 Al really liked TinCanKnits pattern giveaways before Christmas.
This is one of their hats.
Santa brought yarn. 
OH my. 
I must have been better than I thought. 
Can't wait to show you the skeins. 

Enjoy the day After.....
Al and I are going to run to our LYS sale...
because
a bargains a bargain!

20 comments:

Mereknits said...

Sounds like a perfect day! Good luck at the sale!
Meredith

Kim in Oregon said...

We have the same Christmas plates! I've had mine for years and years--maybe 30 years? 35 years?

Teresa Kasner said...

I'm glad you had a great Christmas.. be sure and show us what you find at the LYS sale!
((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Stefanie said...

Ooh, fun! LYS sale. Good luck!

Araignee said...

When Santa brings yarn it's always a Merry Christmas!

Araignee said...

....and I forgot to say that when I say Al's blanket I think my heart skipped a beat. Gorgeous!!!!!

Wanderingcatstudio said...

hope you had a wonderfull holiday - and the baby blanket is just beautiful!

Linda said...

I've been wrapping new yarn (that I bought for myself)! But not much knitting - just been draggy!! My LYS is having a sale now or next week. Can't remember. But I NEED to get there STAT - LOL!

Linda in VA

Tired Teacher said...

Al's blanket project is gorgeous!

No shopping for me today, but the crockpot is quietly creating leftover turkey soup. It will make a tasty supper.

Suburban prep said...

What a great blanket.
Hope you found some goodies at Three Bags.
I wanted to go but I did not feel like driving in the rain. Perhaps next week.

Bridget said...

Glad you had such a yarn-mas! And I'll be curious to see what you got today at the sale.

That blanket is truly beautiful. Such lovely work!

Betsy said...

You can never have I much yarn! A sales is a sale! I hope you got some great bargains.
Blessings,
Betsy

Judy S. said...

Al's blanket is gorgeous! Lucky Corbin! I am trying to gear up to use my stash in 2016.... we'll see if I can do it. I hope you had great fun at the yarn sale though!!!

Delighted Hands said...

Glad it was such a great time. I am ready to head into some post-Christmas decompression and then move into the New Year!

Caffeine Girl said...

Sounds like a perfect holiday. Al has become an amazing knitter. That blanket is stunning!

Dee said...

Can I tell you how much I LOVE Tank!!! He looks extra-festive with his ribbon.

http://freelancehouse.co.uk/ said...

Tank is charming! He's such a cute cat! I envy you even a bit. Being a mother of three, I can't afford a cat nearby, as I've enough mess without it, but when I saw yours for the first time, I fell in love with him! He's like a prince.
Barbara Wilkins

Tahnee said...

Glad to hear you had a nice Christmas, Tank looks adorable in his pretty ribbon :)

Wendy Smith said...

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