Saturday, November 3, 2012
Halloween is over, and the Mommy Shawl is my son's last outfit for the evening. Nothing beats a good Mommy Shawl; my son has loved on mine and been wrapped in it since his birth.
Celebrating our listeners who have joined the CogKnitive 25 – , 50 –, and 75 – Bear Clubs for MBP. You can see who they all are right here. Great work!
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What's On My Hook/Needles/Spindle:
The Pivot Shawl by FickleKnitter (Michelle Miller). It still needs blocking.
Don't miss Michelle's newest pattern in honor of our retreat: The Tehachapi Project Shawl.
The Holly Holiday Stocking for my twin:
Still in Progress:
My Hitchin' a Ride Shawl in crochet, not worked on this week.
Traveling Woman --on the last knitted row!
13 Bears in 2012 bear feet for Mother Bear Project.
Some plied jacob wool from Minerva the Jensen, triple-plied.:
Declare a "Free Yourself from Useless Clutter" Day, with the help of dark, heavy trashbags and a good dumpster.
Something I Really Like: Canning jars for crafts and canning.
Put A Lid On It: Empty the freezer and make apple/fruit sauces. Apple-fruit sauces in the crock pot overnight. Use apples, pears, apricots, nectarines, peaches, plums.--anything frozen over the summer. In any combination. Recipe below.
Crock pot, 1 Tablsp cinnamon, 1 tsp. clove, 1/2 tsp ginger, 1/2 tsp nutmeg, lots of fruit. One slice lemon or fresh orange, or 1/4 cup of either. Cook overnight and into sterilized, hot jars. Eat on cereal or oatmeal with milk/almond milk.
CFR 2013 news--vaguely. Love to everyone surviving the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Posted by Gemma at 5:51 PM