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Friday, December 18, 2009

Hat Madness

So my ear flap hat binge has gone over the edge. Eye lash yarn now! Oh my, now I remember why this yarn made its way to the bottom of my yarn bin. It may take me a while to finish this one but I am determined to finish and use up all my different eye lash yarns. After that I think I am going to incorporate some of Anna's granny squares into a hat.

Went to my grandboy's Christmas play this evening, he was adorable. Absolutely adorable. But then you knew that didn't you, Dear Reader.

Tomorrow is a busy day, well, not too busy because I will be resting in between things to do, but I have some definite catching up to do on some fall gardening. It is still fall after all ('til Monday 9:47 am) and therefore I am not really behind, I have a few more garlic and tulips to plant. So I won't be inside too much tomorrow but over the weekend I am going to try and attend to Ohilda and Lisa's request.

6 comments:

Mildred said...

Love, love, love that yarn Lanny. Hope you are feeling better. Don't overdo this weekend. The thought of tulips lifts my spirits - dreams of Springtime after Christmas is over. Christmas blessings to you and yours.

KathyB. said...

Well of course I knew your grandboy is absolutely darling, both of them are!

I have decided I like eye-lash yarn combined with home-spun. They seem to compliment each other very nicely for my hand woven projects.

Ear flap binge? New one on me, but hey, I am always open to ear-flap hats in winter!

Sparky said...

What a neat looking hat! Send photos of it on your head when finished. Merry Christmas y'all! :) xx

LindaSueBuhl said...

nifty looking yarn - I'm so totally NOT a crafter of any sort (I'm reminded of this fact today when looking at mirror I thought I'd make "cuter" - blah)
but you sound busy as a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs - take it easy but enjoy what you DO take

Daisy said...

So pretty, Lanny. I would think that kind of yarn would be really hard to work with! Very nice.

A. Joy said...

There is something about this that is very Dr. Seuss - y. =)