Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Yarn Along

My life has been very busy with some unexpected, not Christmas related things.
I have not been knitting as usual, 
there have not been calm knitting nights watching television.
Now I have a very nasty cold and a very sore throat.

This is my second,
February Hat by Kate Gagnon Osborn,
free here on Ravelry.
Knitted with yarn from Arrow Acres Alpaca Farm
3 ply DK Alpaca Yarn
This hat is for my great niece Nora for Christmas.
I have no doubt I will finish it in time for Christmas, but it will be traveling to Boston,
and it may not arrive in time.

I woke up to snow this morning...

Only a little, we are not suppose to get much, but it is pretty!







We put the deck lights on,
they look better with several inches of snow...
but I didn't do it last time and they are so festive.


Hoping for a calm and peaceful day!

15 comments:

  1. You can knit very nicely!
    Mama nature is ready for Christmas!⛄
    Beautiful pictures!

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  2. Hope you feel better soon, Debbie. The holidays are a miserable time to be sick.

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  3. Ooh....it looks a wee bit chilly there but your wintry landscape is beautiful! Nora's knitted hat is lovely. I hope you are feeling better and that your days slip into a regular rhythm. Keep warm!

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  4. I hope you are feeling better soon Debbie.

    The hat is beautiful.

    Loved seeing snow pics too. None here On Vancouver Island, maybe by Christmas.🎄

    Happy Holidays!🎀

    My Poetic Path

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  5. Looks like just a perfect amount of snow. I do like the lights in the snow.

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  6. Beautiful snow! Did you say it's not much? That amount would close us down for a week. I live in the South. Ha ha!

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  7. Get well soon! At least it looks like perfect weather to sit indoors and drink tea and chicken soup.

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  8. Beautiful views of your pretty deck and beyond.
    I'm sure you're keeping snug and warm inside. Sorry to read you're not feeling the best, get better soon.
    Your knitting is gorgeous and a real credit to you as to how many knitteds you've produced this year :D) xx

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  9. The snow scenes are so pretty!!--and I love the bright lights peeking through! How are you feeling today??? Hopefully better, rest up and take care of yourself. Get well soon!!!

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  10. Feel better- this crud is terrible! But your snow pics are so beautiful!

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  11. Hello Debbie, I hope you are feeling better now. We had a little snow too, some is not melting due to the cold temps.
    Your place looks pretty covered in snow, the decks lights are beautiful. Pretty hat! Take care! Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend ahead!

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  12. So sorry to hear you are not feeling well, hope you can kick it soon and be able to get to more of your holiday wish list of things to do. The snow is so pretty, I do love the way they glow through the snow :) We are supposed to get a snowfall on Monday, we will see how much.

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  13. Pretty pictures of the snow … but I do hope you feel better soon, Debbie.

    All the best Jan

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  14. I'm sorry that you aren't feeling well and hope that you are better now. The photos of your snow storm are lovely. The Hat is awesome too. I know your loved ones are going to love your gifts.
    Hugs for you!

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