It's looking good! We have knitting fever in our house at the moment, my Mum very kindly taught the girls to knit while we were away! I had to have a quick refresher to remind myself of the basics! It was very amusing... Our knitting is looking a lot 'holier' than yours.. but we will get there, and scarves are our plan too!:) Flick
Ooh, how fun! I love the thought of sitting by the fire knitting a scarf!I am LOVING those soup recipes. We have decided to make one a week, for as long as the weather is soupy! We made number 2 last night - caramelised parsnip. Awesome(especially with a little fried bacon, silverbeet and pumpkin on top!)!!! Love Donna!
Great weather for knitting! I like the colour you have chosen. I am not a great knitter :)Isn't it cold and foggy! SO grey today after a wonderful long weeend. The Sorell market was useless! We didn't end up having lunch at Richmond as it was too early - just came home and veged out!
So jealous of talented knitters. I can't seem to get in a groove with knitting, I'm the worst!Love your tulips. :)
What a perfect winter craft :) Looking forward to seeing the end result. I saw the latest Donna Hay at the shops yesterday but haven't grabbed a copy yet - might have to add it into my shopping basket this afternoon :)
I always love to find new soup recipes. One of these days I really must learn to knit.
As a fellow knitter I say keep it up! :) In the past year I started knitting again (something my mom taught me when I was little) and I love it. It reminds me of the grandma and mother, and although they are gone, it helps me feel still connected to them.Hopefully it turns out just as beautiful as you had planned. :)Bre @ http://theredbungalow.blogspot.com
I love those pink tulips in the front. They look perfect. I need to learn how to knit, I'm more of a crocheter!
Brilliant that you're making a scarf Catherine, especially as your weather is getting more chilly. It's pretty relaxing to knit, especially when it's all cold outside and you're nice and cozy indoors!
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