I love the spring season! Newness abounds in many forms on the farm. From baby kittens to newly planted spring wheat turning the brown fields green. Yard work is one of the spring chores that I actually enjoy. I can basically start new every spring when I clear the rubbish and destruction from a very … Continue reading soon there will be pretty flowers
Snowy February days gets me thinking that I really need to update my Blog. Being consistent is not working for me, so I will just have to jump in. focus on knitting I really need to take some classes to be able to knit items other than afghans and scarves! But until that happens I’m … Continue reading snowy February days…
Sometimes things just take a long time to get finished! This table topper is an example of pure procrastination! Why is it that stuff only gets finished in a timely manner if there is a deadline? I am an expert in that area! Taxes, yep, I waited until the very last day to get it … Continue reading table topper done!
In early April, I met up with my mom and sister, my aunt and cousin in Ellensburg and we had girls weekend away! We have done this every spring for quite a few years and it is always fun! On the way to Ellensburg I made a stop at Palouse Falls State Park. I had … Continue reading girls weekend away
I decided to make the step in my knitting and try to make an afghan! It was a success! I am a collector of pattern books of any type, knitting, crocheting, and quilting, so I looked and sure enough I had a book for quick and easy afghans. I would never buy something that is … Continue reading knitting an afghan
The quilt is done and at its home so I thought I had better get some pictures posted! This quilt had been sitting on my quilt table since last Spring waiting for me to finish it! I have had a hard time this last year finding time to work in my sewing room. So, … Continue reading a quilt for carson
I really never thought of what comes with the reality of being a grandma. As I reflect on the grandmas in my own life, they were both very different as were my mom and my mother in-law. Both my grandmas were stay at home moms, one with a smallish family, and the other one a … Continue reading being a grandma…