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my mom made the pumpkins years ago and I have no idea where she obtained the pattern :)

Good morning!  I am in the midst of stage two of family visiting.  My brother in law and sister in law who arrived on Friday left yesterday morning.  I did the usual cleaning blitz of the house.  Last night we picked up our son in law (yay) and so now we wait for the movers to notify them when their belongings will be delivered.  They are excited about their new opportunity!

Even though we've had lots of busy happenings, I've had oodles of time to work on the sweater.  I finished one sleeve and I'm half way through the second sleeve.  I threw the hat in the photo but to be honest, I might have knit a solitary row. Every row counts, right?


My knitting list grows by the day but first we have to settle these newly transplanted east coast dwellers into their new home, the specific date to be determined.  Thank goodness knitting is portable :)


Comments

  1. Every row does count, as you've shown by that lovely almost-completed sweater! I hope the move goes smoothly for your daughter and sil. I can imagine it must be a bit nerve-wracking not really knowing when all your possessions are going to arrive, but in the mean time you get to enjoy having them at your house and then having them nearby on the east coast!

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  2. How wonderful to have your daughter and son in law with you. Hope all goes well with their move and they enjoy the next phase of their lives and new opportunities.

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  3. So happy that your daughter will be closer now. And, yes .........every row counts. EVERY HALF ROW COUNTS some days. LOL

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  4. Love your owl mug. Love that family is fitting right in with your knitting and relaxed days. Wishing you all a quiet evening together tonight

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  5. Yep, yep...every row counts! Carol Herman has designed some fun, colorwork pumpkin patterns.

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  6. Yes, every row definitely counts. They add up quickly.

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  7. Every row or even a few stitches count, will hope the move goes smoothly and everything and everyone arrives safely.

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  8. It is so nice when family moves closer. Enjoy your houseguest and your knitting.

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  9. Yes, every row counts. Heck, some days I have to remind myself that every stitch counts. Enjoy that daughter and son-n-law. Our daughter and family fly in tomorrow from the East Coast for a visit. We can't wait. Let the hugs begin.

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  10. Love your mug! And progress is progress, no matter how slow :-).

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