Snow Snow Snow

Today is the Yarn Along with Ginny at Small Things.  I have diligently been working on my Calendar scarf and I'm on day eight.  My phase of making mistakes seems to be a thing of the past.  I have been on a winning streak with no ripping out rows.  Also on Sunday at my Sit and Knit I worked on the Seamless Hybrid sweater.  It was the perfect project to work on because I have no problem talking and knitting in stockinette :D



Isn't Frodo so funny?  He is the nosiest dog we have ever owned.  He has to see what everyone is doing in the house.  Anyways, I am still reading Fannie Flagg's Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man.  I have not read as much as I wanted to this week but next week looks promising because everyone will be back at school and I will not be distracted.  I also have been leafing through Knitted Gifts that I received as a present from my sister.  The projects are lovely!

We had four-five inches of snow fall last night. I snapped some photos this morning while getting the paper.





Comments

  1. aaaw Frodo is so cute! - and what a funny name for dog!
    I wanted to start the seamless Hybrid sweater for a long time...do you know if there's a pattern for this online which would be free?
    good luck with your projects :)
    and oh! I'm so jealous you have snow! - it's been raining here for 2 days and all our snow is gone :(

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  2. That's so funny about Frodo! My dog Mia wouldn't get out of the pictures today either!
    She's here on this post - http://jenletts.wordpress.com/2011/01/12/yarn-along-epic/
    :)

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  3. Your knitting is lovely. I love the shades of blue. We had our first real snow today - 14 inches. It was lovely.

    Blessings, Elizabeth

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  4. Both of the yarn colors are beautiful! We haven't had any snow yet this year ):

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