Vanilla Socks- http://ravel.me/biddypunk/vs
Crochet Blanket- http://ravel.me/biddypunk/b1
Black wool watchcap- http://ravel.me/biddypunk/w1
Fingerless mitts- http://ravel.me/biddypunk/7yy7h
Also, the first half of this pattern is available here-
But only if you're a ravelry member.
I also hope you'll join the group page there as well-
It's a shorter episode but heavy on the jibber jabber.
I'm also pleased to have more photos and bloggy stuff, though I warn there's a lot of overlap with the podcast, so without further ado...
Easter dinner last night was just precious and my mom made it gorgeous as she always does. We had sirloin steaks, broccoli, asparagus /w hollandaise, mashed potatoes and a bottle of malbec. I love it so much when we eat from the pretty china and silverware.
I just have to interject that I'm so happy to be reunited with my car. She is a tiny blue panther and I'm so sad I have to go back to driving a big old boring sedan when I get home. But for now I'm in driving heaven.
Random beam of light in the grocery store was perfect for the drinks with texture elements suspended in them.
And then there's this amusing little story. I was really anxious to see how my dorset/ texel fleece would spin up so I combed it up on a hair comb. Much to my surprise, it worked! I wouldn't do a fine fleece or any quantity this way, but I did successfully prepare something like a sliver and spin it up.
So that's what's new and weird in my world.