We know spring is here when the gardens can be planted! This year, we went to Great Grammie's house, and helped to plant her garden. The rototiller is a HUGE hit - and Graypa figures a couple more years of training, and he won't have to use it again!!!!
We also took our annual Memorial Day trip to Seattle to see Great Gram! There were lots of cuddles, as we hadn't seen her in a very long time!
This picture is just because I couldn't resist...my sweet boy sleeping with Tigger under one arm, and Tiger under the other! I think this picture signifies peace - and all is right with the world.Now that spring is here it's time for a bit of spring cleaning! So, out came all of the scrapbooking supplies to clean up the piles of pictures again. The 'normal' pics aren't so bad - but I have 4 Disneyland albums to do! That could take a while! My goal is by the end of the summer....Great Grammie has been planting gardens for years, and she has some unique things that she let the kiddos try out - R had never had chives (at least, not that she knew of! LOL) and she decided those were pretty nummy!
And now, for the progress.. This is 'Ruffle my Feathers' by Caryl Pierre. Barely started - but hey, it's on the needles!
The boy's sweaters - which I'm not even going to link the pattern. It's a lousy pattern, poorly written, and I have had to fix numerous things as I go. I won't be using the pattern again - but I need to finish these. I am now out of yarn - for the second time - and I had bought one more skein to begin with when I started!!!!
The Traveling Woman - FINISHED, blocked and I love it! It's not really my color scheme, but I wanted something totally different. This is - and I can't wait to wear it. The problem is, it's now 85 degrees! Oh well, something new for Fall!
And finally, another FO. The ruffled scarf from Churchmouse Yarns. The pattern was super simple, and quick, but it makes a great accessory.
So, off to see what else I can get done!