Almost finished my Quicksilver Shawl. Look at this lemony tart from Frais Catering. Perfect on this beautiful sunny day.
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Finished half of my Penny vest, I’m loving this colour. Perfect for warmer months ahead. I had a wonderful lunch from Frais Catering today. Pea soup with a mustard butter with ham and Gruyere puff pastry.
Finished my infant and toddler socks for my guitar teachers wife, they are expecting their 4th child any day now, the pattern comes from creatingafamilyhome.com.
My quinoa salad from Frais Catering:
It was delicious. Starting my Love Socks, a free pattern on Ravelry. I saw a sample knit at The Loop yarn shop awhile ago and so they have been in my queue ever since patiently waiting.
Today I spent my time finishing projects, and starting new ones. I didn’t travel to my writing group today. I’ve learned that I can’t make time and it won’t stand still for me. My Wisp Wrap is almost complete. Which is good because I want to wear it on Saturday!! I have to decide on ribbons or buttons to secure it. Ribbons would be fun because I can lace it up any which way. The wrap is designed with eyelets around the perimeter.
I found these books at The Box Of Delights bookshop in Wolfville. The cover is what catches my eye then I read the back and first page. If I’m intrigued it’s a go!!
The Wolfville Farmers Market will feed
me before I pick up our CSA share for this week. Our shares have been packed with the local bountiful harvest of late and I’m looking forward to what I may find. Whatever is in season always seems to blend well in a soup, so if all else fails…soups on!! Here’s some great offerings from Frais Catering who will be at tonight’s community supper. Love it!! I wish you could have experienced the wonderful smells from Frais Catering as I was sitting at The Wool n Tart finishing up my commissioned pieces for delivery.
Future projects, the CoBaSi teal/turquoise will be striped socks and the CoBaSi plus in olives will be a drop stitch cowl.
I found these beautiful words in my Taproot Magazine.