Monday, December 07, 2009

rolling along

This beautiful fuschia definitely brought some warmth to the weekend. We were very cold here in the Pacific NW and the wind was an extra treat. Good knitting weather to be sure.

I hooked up with my sisters and a friend and saw New Moon on Sunday afternoon. It was better than I thought it would be. I'm definitely Team Edward, but Jake was easy on the eyes.

I hope you all had a great weekend and got a chance to do something just for fun!

Happy Monday! I hope you have a great start to your week!

Cotty socks designed by Irishgirlieknits
Knit in
STR 'Grandma's Flower Garden'

12 comments:

LoriAngela said...

Thankyou for brightening up this cold, windy Monday.

Allison said...

We got snow in Chicago this morning, so thank you for the bright and cheery yarn pics! I saw New Moon a couple of weeks ago, too :)

Lorajean Kelley said...

My monday has started pretty great, chocolates from Alma Chocolates!! Mmmm, yay for birthdays.

IrishgirlieKnits said...

Its cold down here too! Stay warm...oh, if only we could stay inside and knit all day! Love love love those pictures of Cotty!

cupcakefaerie said...

I think you sent some of your Pacfic NW weather down our way. Perfect for knitting. Burrrr!

Happy Monday!

Carolyn Parker said...

That is some pretty fine knittin'. The pics are so cool.

Would you believe Mt Diablo and encircling hills were snow-covered this morning, and at 12 noon it was all still white?!

underthebigbluesky said...

you fill me with knitting envy!!!!

i was team jacob with the book, but not so much by the looks of the movie. (random twilight confession)

farmama said...

Beautiful colors, beautiful knitting, beautiful photographs!!!! I love it all!

Bloom fine art fotografi said...

The depth of field in your images are really something...love the macros of your work. Your knits looks so beautiful and detailed and fun to wear with those exquisite colors.

Judy S. said...

Thanks for the link to what looks like a really nice sock pattern.

knitspot anne said...

those are gorgeous!

Sarah / Bee House Hives said...

one word.
Luxurious.