Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Work in Progress Wednesdays 11/05/11


Wow this Wednesday, has come round really fast!
Currently I am still working on Sophia’s Mini Caponcho, which knits up quickly so I am hoping to be completed by Friday.
I am also STILL working on the knitted birthday cake..*rolls eyes*, after working in the round, and I really hate having to purl every other row!
I was also taking part in the kids clothes spring week, and was working on a top yesterday to match a skirt, i made on monday, when I had a jam, and knocked my machines timing out, lucky I found a mender who was local, and fingers cross I should get Gertie back today, as good as new and fully serviced!
On the garden front I have got most of my veg in, just got some root veg and my peas and beans to plant, in the raised beds my hubby made me last night. and i brought some flowers and blubs that need planting.

I also brought some more mixed herbs from home base yesterday, at £1 reduced from £7.99 each what a bargain!! so i got a few lol

Some of our seeds have started to grow; the children are very excited about this!,ok i am very excited too :)
Last but not least, I am still writing up a post on my garden, which I am hoping to get finished today!
Look forward to reading and seeing what everyone else has been up too!

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12 comments:

  1. We've all been excited about our seedlings this week too. Mr Miffy and I go for a walk round the garden each night to see what new things have sprouted.

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  2. I love the colours of the mini Caponcho - looks like you have been really busy this week!

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  3. Busy week!!!!

    We didn't plant our garden here but the people were keen gardeners so Spring here is aways a surprise - I'm loving it!

    Looking forward to seeing your grow

    xxx

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  4. My garden is a mess right now. It needs to be burned down, raked out and tilled before planting.

    PS your stitch marker looks like a bar of chocolate, I'm hungry now.

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  5. I'm loving the colours of Sophia's Mini Caponcho!

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  6. Can't wait to see the Capancho all done and a knitted B-day cake? Oh wow!

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  7. I've managed to get a day almost 2 days where the weather was nice enough to be outside doing some yard work. I've managed to weed one fence rows, but have 2 more to go.

    I too dislike pearling every other row and love knitting in the round...

    Sandy

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  8. Wow, you've been super busy. I love gardens so much. And your pink yarns look so cheerful and beautiful.

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  9. Garden time! Makes me wish I had more than a balcony these days...

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  10. I'm very intrigued by the idea of a knitted birthday cake...

    We'll be planting tomatoes tonight, my husband has just been anxious about getting out into the garden again. Good luck with your garden!

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  11. I just wanted to say that first photo is gorgeous. Love the yarn, love the needles. :) Last holiday season I got interchangeables. Maybe this year I can get a set of those beautiful wood ones.

    Someday I hope to have a garden like yours. I'll enjoy living vicariously through your blog until then.

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  12. Stick with the bday cake. I'm sure it will be awesome! Your garden is turning out great! Keep us up on the progress of the seedlings. :)

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