Miss Tree with Beehive slept like Marie Antoinette, I wrapped with her hair with care to avoid any tussle. There was a lot of scurrying about this morning to get all the details in place. Swarming bees and bundles of branches were hot glued to a really cute dress from Zara. I resigned to that fact that it would be reuined. "A" who is 17 now wanted to be Ace Ventura. It has been one of his favorite movies since it's release in 1994 ~he was four years old. After a stressfull morning of trying to understand E X A C T L Y how Ace wore his hair ~ I finally "aced" it and enjoyed my much needed coffee.
I promised long ago to show my new garden. It really is young and it will hopefully improve over the year when the germander hedge becomes more defined. I need to plant some bulbs now for spring bloom. Another thing to do!
I have been on a scarf knitting streak. Clapotis is finished. Mountain Color Mountain Goat in Juniper Green
3 skeins on size 8 needles. This will not me my last Clapotis I loved knitting it and I really enjoy wearing it!
I have a Shifting Sands on the needles in Malabrigo Frank Ochre from Yarnzilla and I am playing with a stitch pattern using Mulled Spice by Plucky Yarn's Worsted Merino for another scarf. On my list to knit is Danica using Patons SWS Natural Earth colorway I like this one at Words and Wool, Men's Rustic Scarf (pictured), and a Chevron Scarf in Last Minute Knitted Gifts, by Joelle Hoverson I am having fun with knitting different stitch patterns since I have been so straight forward with all my previous knits.