One more sleeve to go and then making up. The To Sir With Love Cardigan is almost available. It s a chunky, quick to knit delight and after yesterday's snow storm; totally wearable now! But, I still have to finish the last chapter of Outliers (our book for tonight's book club meeting) and it is almost noon!!! Better get motoring! I leave you with something more stimulating than a longer blog entry. Enjoy the day!:
At our family Christmas, your gift to my father was very touching (to say the least). It was so interesting to see what everyone came up with for the non-monetary gift giving. You started off singing Amazing Grace, with us Aunts joining in on the 2nd stanza and then, on the 4th stanza my nieces (your cousins) joined the singing and then, the men. With all 32 singing to Dad, it is not a Christmas to be forgotten.
This Lucky Penny Hat is for you. May it bring you luck when you wear it! And happiness when you remember how you brought tears of happiness to all.
I thought I would share the Lucky Penny Hat pattern with all to spread the Joy and Inspiration it brought me.
I love this animated film! And as I am too busy knitting to blog, it bears watching again. Have a great weekend everyone! Oh, the Lucky Penny Hat is getting posted to Freebies and Ravelry tomorrow!!!! Watch for it!
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