Sunday, January 29, 2012

Sunday at home

Another weekend is coming to an end. It was a bright sunny day that melted most of the new snow.  I played with  wool and sharpies this morning. 

Its hard to go wrong when you spend a day doing something you love.  Just a simple little idea on the frame. 

I love the early stages of a new project.  It could be anything, changes are still easy to do and it always looks great in your head.  Lol 

I think it was Ellen who asked for the pattern for the knit chemo cap.  Here is the link to the very simple pattern 


  1. Isn't it fun doing something you love? I enjoy when I get involved in my scrapbooking and the day just flies by :)

  2. Too bad weekends fly by so quickly!
    Your new project looks like it is going to be sweet. What a great job you've done on your letter. I still hate hooking letters and numbers.
    Hugs :)

  3. Your letters look great!!! It looks very nice. Good start. IT is nice doing something you like.

  4. Teasing us again heh, Kim ? I'm curious as to what it is that you are working on now. I'm sure that it will be beautiful.

    I''m working on HST for the farm. That's how I spent my time this evening and I quit for tonight. I would much rather be quilting.

    I'm happy to know that you are being good to yourself today. Have a great week. Hugs. JB

  5. Ooo you are such a tease! I like how it looks so far.

  6. I don't like doing letters so very much....Yours always look so perfect....And that's quite a bit of hooking for not having anything even on the linen 24 hours ago!! Have a great week ahead Girlfriend...It's frigid here....Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

  7. Ohhhh, can't wait to see what you are hooking! Love your new header by the way!
    Karen & the Hounds

  8. Well, Kim... whatever its turns into, I sure do love those colors!

  9. I like the colors kim, I wonder what it is.

  10. sounds like a great day to me.

  11. What a wonderful gift...a chemo cap. My mother wore one that a friend knitted for her. It was such a blessing. Your new project looks interesting, Kim!