I received Debbie Macomber "The Shop on Blossom Street" I am already a third of the way through. Its about a knitting store that brings together four entirely different women. They start sharing over their weeking knitting class a baby blanket for the Linus project a real infact ongoing project. But there are quotes throughout from some well known knitting designers and even Ann Norlings Baby Blocks pattern in the beginning of the book. It really inspires you to get into your local yarn shop. I am probably one of the last people reading it. I have been meaning to buy it myself but it was a gift a sweet thoughtful gift from my lovely needle exchange pal Jenni over at www.yarninknots.blogspot.com she is awesome, thank you again! Well today is my consultation with the specialist for my condition as my Dad refers to it. I pray today goes well. I am taking my socks I casted on with my sweet georgia yarn and duh! my book I Luv my book. Update later the same afternoon I finished the book. Of course she has a new one coming out any day now.
I am silly and I love to laugh, I love cooking and I am self taught so I am always trying to improve and learn as much as I can. I believe chocolate or lemon bars are a cure all, I love to eat, I studied fashion, marketing and design, I love to go to thrift stores and find vintage cashmere sweaters to bring back to life to wear, I love my jeans and flip flops. I enjoy dressing up too... I love perfume. Blue is my favorite color and I adore my family.
Such a green way to go. This great so when you toss a fruit into your handbag or backback it protects it from getting bruised or poked by a pen or a knitting needle. It is a better way to go than a plastic baggie. I made mine from cotton so I can toss it in the wash. I have made so many they have been a hit with friends and family and such a pretty way to carry a healthy snack. Find the pattern at gonnapurl.blogspot.com