Monday, January 31, 2011

spring fever

I can't wait for spring any I'm going to bring it to me.

In the way of spring colors...

Hazel Knits 'Gerber' is a good start.

The pattern is Ms. Wick by Liz Abinante. It's part of the 'Bones' family of patterns.
I've already knit Saroyan, and the Traveling Woman is on my short list.

Can you believe tomorrow is February 1st?? I can't!

Happy Monday!
I hope your week is off to a good start!

It's spring fever....
You don't quite know what it is you DO want,
but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!
~Mark Twain 


Magnolia Handspun said...

oooh, the yarn, the colors, the buttons, these beautiful images and the quote ...Gail it makes my heart sing...spring!
Just beautiful!

Susan in Cinti said...

Yum!!! Best wishes for good news from the Groundhog.

knittinggolfer said...
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knittinggolfer said...

My heart and soul thank you for the spring wishes! Especially as another foot of snow knocks at our doorstep!

Maryse said...

You always have such beautiful yarns and know how to picture them perfectly! So nice to the eye! Groundhog day is a great day for me! It makes me dream about the coming spring!

Jane said...

Yes yes yes, we need spring now. And here it is in your post, thanks.

Bobbie Casey said...

Me toooooo!
Groundhog saw his shadow here today.
Tonight is more snow. But the good news is that I have some green things popping up where the last bit just melted. Tiny little Japanese Iris, early version, and some crocus, too.
Looking at this post brought sping to me. Thank you for that.

Rani said...

Mmmmm, like the stem of young, tender rhubarb. I can smell it. I can taste it.

Kristi aka Fiber Fool said...

Lovely as usual. Love the button shot especially!

Did your February start off with a cold burst like ours did?