Friday, December 21, 2007
...hears the movie going...
...playing with his belly button while watching JungleBook...
Silly. SiLlY. SILLY!!!
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Monday, December 17, 2007
Saturday, December 15, 2007
Thursday, December 6, 2007
Monday, November 26, 2007
We've been using soap from Faith Acre Farmgoods for about a year now. Tara makes the most scrumptuous soaps! They are made from fresh goat milk and all kinds of other wonderful ingredients.
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I'm loving Knitting! Have I said that about a thousand times already?!!
Now we are all ready to work on the roof! Woohoo!!!
Saturday, November 24, 2007
Framing up the first wall
What is it with little boys and water?...
Almost there... three sides done...
Woohoo!! The last side is UP! This shot is from the right side.
This is a shot of the back.
We got the floor completed! You wouldn't think it would take so long... but it was hard getting the floor level and square...
Friday, November 23, 2007
Thursday, November 22, 2007
Monday, November 19, 2007
So I got some more varigated yarn -- I have a real thing for varigated yarn... and practiced some more! When I bought the yarn (and that would be at a WalMart on our way Home from Jacksonville...snicker) I bought a book about knitting... oh and I got some yummy bamboo needles.
I started with knitting each row. Then I knit a row and purled a row to create a 'stockinette' stitch. After I got the hang of that I decided to try ribbing. See what I REALLY want to learn to knit is longies and longies need ribbing so I had to practice ribbing, right? After the ribbing I did a few more rows of knit then purl.
But I figured that Everyone uses cotton so it must just be me and I tried again. Bigger needles this time and I was conscious to keep it a little loose on the cast on.
I guess this would be a Sampler Washcloth... I knitted some stockinette to get the feel for cotton ...
There are still some bobbles but I'm getting the hang of it. But it was kinda boring (I think I have Crafters ADD...) so I thought 'what would happen if I knit five, purl five back and forth?
It made a soft of 'checkerboard' pattern. Isn't that cool!
Then I looked in my handy '26 Stitches to Knit' booklet (that I bought at yet another WalMart --snicker--) and thought I'd try the 'cluster rib' stitch. I did something wrong because it doesn't look like the book :rolling eyes:
And let's not forget the beginnings of a sock that I have cast on size 3 aluminum needles. No pic of that one. I don't like it. Of course it's in varigated yarn (red/white/blue). I don't like the long needles. And I can't really see the pattern well enough with the colors of the yarn. But the biggest issue is that the needles are too long. I went to WalMart (do you see a trend here) but they don't have short #3s. Sigh.
I did fail to mention a trip to Hancocks in there. They had yarn 50% off so I got some wool to use for my first longies attempt. All of their knitting supplies were 30% off so I got a few more pairs of bamboo needles, two different sizes of wooden circulars, some little cap things that keep the yard from falling off the needles when you sit it down to rush to the bathroom, some markers and I forget what else.
I think I'm addicted.
Oh and I never did make the purse....giggle.