Monday, September 30, 2013

A Very Scattered Entry

Kinda like my mind...

No point really, just a picture. Very Octobery.
Would have been better on something other than white.

I cut some of the basil that I grew from seed!
It's so pretty and smells so fresh and yummy.

I chopped some up for our spaghetti yesterday.
Oh my...so good!
What a difference it makes.

The Angel Garden Doily still not finished, but closer.
Not a good pic for you to see the angels, but you'll see them when I'm finished.

Hubby bought me this thread holder a couple of weeks ago.
I forgot to show it to you. It works great.
He found it at Macy's in the kitchen stuff with a ball of twine on it.

The Noro scarf...also unfinished.
Eli the photo-bomber.

A couple of people asked about this Noro Scarf pattern.
It's on Ravelry HERE. It's a freebie!

I put a couple of new rounds on my Big Yellow Blanket.
I may rename it my "Big Yellow Taxi Blanket."
I think of that every time I see it.

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Foreshadowing:  I'm on a Rocky Mountain High!

Kiss-Kiss,
Pammy Sue

17 comments:

  1. That candle jar cover and doily are so perfect for Halloween.. good job! I love all your crochet projects. I'm still slogging away on Caleb's "kid blanket". Off to swimming I go.. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  2. That's a cool candle jar for Halloween. I should see if I can come up with something similar. Fresh basil and pasta is always a good combination. I grow basil from seeds too.

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  3. All your projects look pretty. I really like the angels on your doily. Your basil looks like it could use a little mozzarella, olive oil and tomato for some homemade bruchetta. :-) Have a great evening, Heather

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  4. All your WIP look like fun, and face it, if you get bored working on one thing you can always switch over to the other. I am always having so many irons in the fire when it comes to projects. I like the Halloweenie look of the candle and doily. I am glad you figured out the angel doily rounds. Can't wait to see it when it is finished.
    (((HUGS))) Susanne :)

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  5. I like the idea of that thread holder thingy. So many different projects all laying around is just like my house. Something on every table. I think you get the prize for the most pretty doilies

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  6. Love your Angel Garden doily. I also have a lot of WIP. Now the autumn has come, it's time to start working my way through all my WIP!

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  7. My goodness, you have been busy! I love your projects, but especially look forward to seeing your angels completed.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  8. You are busy with the hook! Love the doilies! And what a thoughtful gift from hubby!!
    Isn't basil so good? And how is the cantaloupe?
    Miss talking to you. Will text you soon.
    xo Kris

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  9. I am kind of envious of you..you always have so many projects going. I cannot do that. I can't seem to complete anything if I have more than one going at a time. I am going to have to go to Macy's and see if I can find the ball holder I LOVE IT!!!!! Blessings

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  10. I am kind of envious of you..you always have so many projects going. I cannot do that. I can't seem to complete anything if I have more than one going at a time. I am going to have to go to Macy's and see if I can find the ball holder I LOVE IT!!!!! Blessings

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  11. You are on a doily roll! I love, love the Halloween one!! This is such a great time of year.

    Dawn

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  12. How nice of your husband to find that twine holder and think of you and your thread. He is a keeper.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  13. Love the doilies!

    Oh I can hardly wait to see the Angels. It sounds so pretty.

    Hugs

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  14. Just love the colors you're using for your Angel Garden Doily. It's so pretty. The twine spool is awesome!!! WANTIES! You lucky girl! :)
    penny x

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  15. I'm with you on the scattered feeling... I NEVER start multiple projects one after another, after another... but, I'm just bouncing around like a ball gone wild. LOL! I love all of your Halloween colors and you know the Noro is a favorite of mine. Here's hoping that BOTH of us feel a hair less scattered tomorrow. blessings ~ tanna

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  16. That basil looks so lovely, green and fresh - I bet it tasted great in your spaghetti. When I was in hospital a few weeks back, I was wanting something to do and got inspired by your Big Yellow Taxi (lol) .. figured I didn't need a pattern so asked DD to bring me some yarn and a hook. I decided to do a baby's blanket. Yesterday I picked it up to do some more and discovered that I'd got the pattern correct for the first 10 rows but the next 20 are wrong. I'm deciding now whether to frog 20 rows or pretend there's no mistake. What do you think? I have 4dc instead of 3dc at the start of each dc row. :(

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  17. Cute thread holder! I love the Halloween Doily too. I wish I could crochet with thread. Just can't do it.

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