Saturday, October 22, 2016

Someday Saturday

*Someday I'll knit this. 
I love the top down construction.
It uses Rasta in bulky though.
This pattern is on Ravelry:
The Road to Gimmerton
by Melissa Schaschwary

*Someday We will have all the dead trees down,
but for now we go at it one tree at a time.
Yesterday was a 7 hour day of chainsaws and cutting and a fire to burn the branches. 
It was our 7th day since September of full day woods/tree work. 
I like doing it. 
However, it is pure hard labor. 
And it makes me HUNGRY

*Someday I will get to a bee meeting around here.
For now, I'm too busy on the Shelter Board and Im gearing up for our big GALA.   

*Someday the CUBS are going to go to the World Series and win it ALL.
Beyond excited......


Teresa Kasner said...

Bravo on your efforts to improve the health of your woods on your new property! Our problem is there is English ivy in our woods and it's a real effort to make sure it doesn't climb our trees and choke them. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Gracie Saylor said...

Ahhhh Someday! I appreciate yours as they nudge me to think about mine:) Just caught up with some of your last posts, and am especially glad you had a sweet visit with your mom...cheering you through this hard time. I love how you love your Cubs :) Is it possible to knit fabric so that you have flat stitches on both sides of the fabric, and if so, how do you do it? My brain has not been able to grasp this...yet. xx

Araignee said...

Someday we will get all these leaves up...if the wind ever stops blowing. My woods are a mess. I walked the path and could barely make it. So many trees down over the summer but it was too icky to go out there and do anything about it.

Betsy said...

You inspire me with your aspirations of someday! We have no woods but there are a lot of things I want to do in the future.

Delighted Hands said...

It's good to have dreams and goals! A year or two from now these will be accomplished and you will have new aspirations!

Anonymous said...

That is a BEAUTIFUL sweater. I don't know whether I would like knitting with bulky yarn, but this one makes me think I would give it a try.

Go, Cubbies, GO --- 2- 0 right now.

Wanderingcatstudio said...

Cute cardigan pattern - they only problem I find with bulky items is they make ME looks more bulky!

Judy S. said...

Nice sweater! I hope you do make it. Next time we come to the Midwest, I'd love to see those woods of yours!

Vera said...

Love that sweater! How are the Cubs doing tonight?

Beth Coleman said...

I have a similar list in my head.

The Well Fed Wheel said...

You definately should knit that cute cardi someday! :-)

Mereknits said...

Tour someday is here, the CUBS are on the way!

I am in love with that sweater, what a fast knit it would be.

Blog Archive