After a very short while, that was busting at the seams,
and I found this one at one of my favorite go to artsy stores Calgo Gardens.
That is now overflowing with yarn and at this point I am looking at other yarn storage solutions.
That, I'll keep you posted on!
I use this mason jar to store my needles... There is something about looking at my knitting needles that makes me super happy. All wood, I like the sound they make when I knit.
The Honey Cowl is finished, I love the color and I am thrilled with how it turned out!! I started another one, purple, twice the size...that one will be on the needles for a while. I'll share pictures next week! I am joining Ginny at Small Things for
I like to participate with Good Fences on Thursday's,
but I don't see a lot of fancy or pretty fences in my area.
And although this seems like a post about these two beautiful horses...
that's just because these darn horses always stand behind the fence,
and they are quite the distraction from the fence, aren't they?
I always see these horses when I pass this farm, and we pass it often as it is on the way to and from our favorite bike path.
I had my fingers crossed that they would be out as we went past.
Two were out and wanted to have their picture taken, the third was busy eating and never came over to the fence. All three look the same.
As always, I took way too many pictures, then deciding what to share is always so difficult. It was a beautiful day, the sky was so blue and the temperatures were so warm. And lucky us, I took these on our way home from a bike ride at Allaire State Park. That is our favorite place to ride our bikes as they have a dedicated bike path. March 9, 2016 Sharing today with my good friend