I just changed my comments to a pop-up box instead of 'imbedded' to see if it helps for those who were unable to leave one. Thank you, Lauren for the info!
I want to get this problem under control before the give-away!!!
So please email me if this still doesn't work. firstname.lastname@example.org or wengerweaver@ gmail.com
On Monday I took the scenic drive down through Adams County to Biglerville to the Blue and Gray hook-in. The weather was delightful, the trees are just starting to show their wonderful colors, and there was the fragrance of ripe apples in the air at the orchards.
We had a small group, everyone must have been out enjoying the weather.
Our featured hooker for the month was Becky M. She is an expert at choosing colors and textures for the primitive look. Her rugs look like antiques from the start.
Aren't they great???
Here is another one that impressed me. I'm not sure now who was working on this. Aren't the colors lovely.
Hard at work on a big one.
I'm almost finished with my little star runner. All done but the whipping for which I need to dig out some navy blue yarn.
I finally finished the sweater that I started in January. The knitting part has been done for months, I was dragging my feet on the blocking. I decided instead of soaking, spinning dry and pinning it out on a board, I would press it with the steam iron. It's not a perfect job, but it will have to do.
I don't know why.... well I DO know why I bought such a boring color. I thought it would be practical and go with anything. Now I'm contemplating whether or not it will fit in my big dyepot. Maybe I'll wear it in it's present state for a while before I take drastic action!
I need a new project.