Sweaters and Dirt

I had told myself that I needed to finish a pair of socks before casting on the Featherweight cardigan. Well, that didn’t happen. I couldn’t help myself. I have been so interested in seeing how the yarn I picked for the cardigan would knit up to I had to cast on. I’m so happy that I did because it’s beautiful!  This will definitely be worn to Rhinebeck this year.


Besides some knitting we’ve been working in the garden. Here in the Midatlantic it’s been cold and rainy.  Despite the rain and cold we planted.  Things still need to be cleaned up and weeded, but it’s looking so much better.  Today it’s supposed to be in the 80’s and hopefully I can get some flowers planted.


Joining Ginny!

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    1. Yes. It’s mostly veggies. There’s watermelon and blackberries also. We’ve planted chamomile for tea and marigolds for the chickens.

  1. Loving your yarn! And the project bag! Yum. Yum. Yum. Your garden looks very beautiful, ours is looking all fresh and new too, love it when it’s like that before the weeds want to take over.

    1. Thank you! It’s taken us 15 years to get the garden the way it is now. I’m just hoping that it does well. The past two summers the weather has been so off that we didn’t get much.

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