I tried to take things slow, and all in all, stayed on track. Last Saturday, I took a few hours to run some errands, including a teeny, tiny little stop at the local yarn shop. A really, really tiny stop. LOL I picked up a few skeins of this beautiful merino worsted wool. This is the same type of yarn that I'm using for my son's scarf and I think I will definitely be spending lots of quality time with this brand and weight. It works up so soft and squishy...isn't the green and blue beautiful together? So much yarn, so little time. LOL
Then, on Sunday, Baby Sister offered to watch Dad for a few hours and take care of his lunch. What to do, what to do? Why, go to lunch with hubby and then...a teeny, tiny stop at ANOTHER yarn shop. It was not planned, really, it was just a miracle. LOL I found a few skeins of specialty yarn. I plan a couple of easy knit/purl scarves for my sister. I'm trying to add some color to her life. This yarn is a blend of mohair, silk, cotton, and wool. Ooooo....aaahhhhh. I found the book at the same time. It has lots of patterns for reversible scarves. I really want to try the cables. I think I can, I think I can. LOL
And for sweet Vickie at A Stitcher's Story...do you recognize these irises? LOL I am so looking forward to my "grape" blooms!!
Enough for the evening, I am off to do some night stuff and an hour of stitching. I have been very remiss with working on my cross stitch, so maybe I will pick one night a week to keep up with that...and my quilting, and my punch needle, and my crocheting...Sigh...I think I'm running out of nights. LOL
Be kind to one another.