Wednesday, April 3, 2013


it seems weeks since i last was able to post on yarn along !
winter hit me hard this year, stomach flue followed by a 6 week respiratory flu, only to be blessed with the noro virus! it just must of been my year since this was sooo unusual for me and my household.
but i am glad to report we are 100% again
and i feel like having a yarn along day.
the powder blue is another baby sweater, i like having several baby items around for gifts.
my girls shop at my house for their friends' shower gifts.
the green is another pair of vanilla socks and that dark blue is something i picked up in chicago 
totally new to me and i can't stop looking at that yummy color.
and it is worth the read.
a little depressing to think women were used for such an experiment.
oh and the quilt in the back ground i finished the machine quilting yesterday.
hope to have the binding on today and gifted by friday.
linking up with yarn along and ginny


Alica said...

I'm glad to hear you're finally feeling much better! Here's to a wonderful spring!

karen said...

glad to hear you are on the mend and hopefully you've caught everything there is to be caught! Lovely yarns your sharing today, makes me want to buy more :)

katharine said...

Wow! I knew nothing about the Brides for Indians programme before clicking through to find out about your book. So interesting and yes, sad. I'll have to learn more.

As for being 100%, congratulations. none of those illnesses along are welcomed let alone the combination of them all. Here's to healthy months ahead!

Alisa said...

oh, being so sick is no fun...glad to hear all is better! What lovely projects to keep you busy!

Andee said...

I am glad you aren't sick anymore and Miss Babs is my absolutely favorite yarn in the whole world. I just love it and I can't wait to get my hands on some at the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival!

Kathy said...

I'm glad to hear you are on the mend, it would seem it has been a sick winter for many.
I am loving the soft blue of the baby knit, how nice to go shopping for home made knits to give to babies!

Mooberry Farmwife said...

Beautiful yarn! I'm glad you are feeling better. Happy Spring! :)

Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley said...

What an interesting book...I had no idea. Sounds like a tough winter for you, but glad you are past it. Happy knitting!


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