Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Life is great!!

Offer others what you have to give...
your time, your ear, your concern.
Morrie Schwartz

Best news ever!!!! I am to be an Aunty again!!! Congratulations Sam, I bet little Hudson is over the moon to have a new baby brother or sister on the way. The knitting needles are out and working. I love spoiling the little ones with handmade gifts.

On Saturday I helped in the Pavilion at the Perth Royal Show doing PR work for the regional display of our area. I had such a super time and sharing the day with an out-of-control fun person topped it off. Here are some pics I took at the show......

              Fiona (short sleeves) left, me on the right....being an  
                                       angel

Below......being led astray by Kylie and Fiona. I'm the "normal" looking one on the left.
And just keeping in good form below is a Mad Hatter cake. How appropriate!!

Simply gorgeous pink knitted pants. I love this...



Out of this world patchwork








Above :this amazing piece of woodwork was produced by Megan. What a great effort.


 On the knitting front, I have now started on other projects. A simple headband with a cute little crocheted flower and yellow button.

 I’ll be making more headbands get stock up for next year’s sales. The pattern is here.





 A Yummy knitted edge I’m working on right now. It’s called lines and squares lace. Want to have a go? Here’s the pattern:



































                                                                                                      You can use this pattern for any ply yarn so you will need to use the appropriate size needles for the ply of yarn you are using ie. 8 ply wool you would use size 8 (4mm) needles.

K2tog = knit 2 stitches together (this makes 1 stitch)
M1 = make one by pulling the yarn forward

Cast on 14 sts
Row 1: K2, m1, K2tog, k1, m1, k2tog, m1, k7.
Row 2 and alternate rows: Knit.
Row 3: K2, m1, k2tog, k2, m1, k2tog, m1, k7
Row 5: k2, m1, k2tog, k1, (m1, k2tog) twice, m1, k7
Row 7: k2, m1, k2tog, k2, (m1, k2tog) twice, m1, k7
Row 9: k2, m1, k2tog, k1, (m1, k2tog) three times, m1, k7
Row 11: k2, m1, k2tog, k 2. (m1, k2tog) three times, m1, k7
Row 12: cast off 6 sts, knit to end.
These 12 rows form pattern. Repeat until you get desired length.

Our new additions to the family



I’ve had the best weekend and I’m now enjoying 2 weeks school holidays. The weather is glorious today so I reckon the sewing shed is calling me. Lol. Hope life is as sweet for you as it is for me right now. Have a great week.

Cheers, Anita.


7 comments:

Jane Galley said...

Looks like you had fun. Congratulations on the anticipated arrival, have fun with the knitting

Anonymous said...

Awesome blog.... I don't know if you are the "normal one" though.... Love kylie

Karen said...

Looks like a wonderful time at the show. And what a great experience.
I can see you having a fun time with your knitting with another baby on the way.
Cute little chicks!
Our schools have nearly finished holidays and go back next week!

JoJo said...

I love that wooden bike and the peacock too!

Kim said...

Aren't shows the best for displaying wonderful makeries that people have created. Love, love, love the knitted pink pants....too, too cute!

Farm Gate Creations said...

Oh wow! What a weekend you've had...congratulations and how amazing was that cake.

Mereknits said...

IT looks like a fabulous weekend full of fun. Have a wonderful time off. Happy sewing.
Meredith

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