and more of same
I was looking for a certain picture in my collection. But the following are are the images that “screamed knitting”. I still haven’t found the specific image I wanted.
Shawl in the making
(futile attempt at an over-the-shoulder selfie)
This is one of my favorite things about knitting. I am currently knitting a “shawl” – what color do I choose next?
A plain green scarf. The yarn was easy to work – a joy to knit – and read at the same time. No apologies.
My family tree keeps growing. The ancestor count now stands at 5263.
Is this person knitting her family tree? Makes me think of Madame Defarge in Dickens’ Tale of Two Cities.
I’m actually trying to identify and concentrate on those ancestors who emigrated to America. That number has increased to 333. (Even knitting those names would be a big project!)
Alternatively color bar charts come to mind with different colors representing geographic areas of origin, or destination. Height of each bar representing numbers of people. What about which generation 6th, 7th, 8th, or 9th?
I randomly found this photo this morning when I sent birthday wishes to one of my nephews. I suspect the photo is from 2 years ago. The clues are the cat (Katerina), the cushions and blankets on the sofa, what I am wearing and the scarf I am knitting. Katerina is no longer as affectionate. She tends to find a place at the other end of the sofa. She is definitely not a lap cat. I happen to be knitting scarves again 2 years on. I still have the purple polo neck and wear it often at this time of year BRR
Here are the latest scarves. I like purple.
A beautiful morning to start the new year 2017. We had a dusting of snow last night and welcome sunshine this morning.
my latest scarf on display
And my favorite bird, the Northern Flicker reappeared for the fist time in about a month
Steller Jay – ever present
and of course a squirrel, entertainment for the cat
Pictured above are the results of binge knitting while watching television. Yesterday I watched Andy Murray won his 2nd Olympic gold medal. A British tennis bright star in the firmament!!
You might ask “What are these knitted items?” Well, they could be scarves or necklaces or room dividers or curtains or ………