Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Skinnytaste.com and Louisa Harding

 Do you Skinnytaste.com?
This is not my photo but it is from their website. 
I like their recipes and they include weight watcher conversion points.  Tonight is breakfast dinner, their Lightened up Creme Brule French toast.  
I love breakfast dinners. 

This is Vincent.  I love this little sweater.  My LYS is having a class for this one. 
I won't be taking it, I wont be making it. 
It was cute enough to share. 

I'm hurting for all of you involved with Winter Storm Troy. 
Suns out here and we are washing the windows today.
I was helping answer phones at the shelter on Saturday and we started washing curtains and windows.  I got the bug. 

I caved. Yesterday,  I went up to Three Bags and bought me some Louisa Harding. 
I've started the THIN ICE shawl. 
This one is going to take awhile but oh,
I love sitting and knitting this one. 
It is the kind of project I can't wait to get to in the evenings. 

Have a very happy Tuesday. 

March is almost over.  That is something for me to celebrate. 
Bring on the warmer days.


Tired Teacher said...

It's snowing here - probably above 5 inches so far. Forecast is for 1 - 2 feet total by Wednesday evening.

I love eating breakfast foods ANY time of the day.

elns said...

Shawls!! I'm glad you followed your instinct:) I am looking at that Vincent thinking maybe ... but I am a SkinnyTaste visitor. I like to peruse the recipes as you know ;)

Bridget said...

I enjoy perusing Skinnytaste, and any of the recipes I've tried have been really good ones.

The Louisa Harding yarn looks like springtime - that should be a lovely shawl!

Today it's cool but sunny here in Philadelphia, and that is fine with me. Soon enough it will actually be too hot and I'll be miserable. ;-)

Dee said...

Vincent is AWESOME! Why won't you make it???

Breakfast is good ANY time of the day. That French Toast looks delicious.

Wooly Cakes and Wooden Spoons said...

I don't know if I have any Skinnytaste recipes pinned. I'll check. That recipe picture looks really good. I love that Louisa Harding yarn. I hope to try it one day.

Teresa Kasner said...

That yarn you got is pretty.. I'm glad you've warmed up there.. we have a window open and it's sunny and 68 here.. supposed to be 70 tomorrow! Woohoo! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Araignee said...

I love breakfast for dinner too. Beautiful yarn. Can't wait to see your project.

Gracie Saylor said...

So glad you are enjoying better weather...and a new yarn project! xx

Delighted Hands said...

What an incredible pile of yarn! Watch out for the shawl to come about! Sounds great!

The Well Fed Wheel said...

We love breakfast for dinner so much that we've given it a name...."Brinner"....and we have it a lot!

Mereknits said...

How cold you resist that yarn, it is gorgeous. Have fun with the shawl, I have started yet another Hitchhiker for a Christmas gift.

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