Monday, September 21, 2015

Me On Monday

I always enjoy Sian's Monday posts, so thought I'd give it a try myself! We had a great Saturday; it was just the perfect kind of late summer day. First, we headed to Yellow Springs for A Wool Gathering. It was their 20th anniversary, but the first year for us. We will be back.


I bought this lovely hand-dyed sock yarn. The hanks are truly gorgeous in person. I hope I can bring myself to knit them up. 

These shawl pins caught my eye. I couldn't resist the block O, plus another not shown in this photo. Never mind that I don't own any shawls. I can knit.

This guy was loving the attention. We met up with our DIL and granddaughter, so visiting all the animals was a must. The granddaughter wasn't too sure at first, but eventually became brave enough to touch a few.

 This is what she really wanted....freedom!

Then it was back home to watch Buckeye football and knit my Scoreboard Cowl. The game was too close for comfort, but I did get some color variety from their not-up-to-par performance. So there was an upside, sort of.

Yarn shopping, football, knitting, time with family. What a perfect Saturday!


4 comments:

  1. So glad you decided to join in on the Me on Monday - but you forgot your picture! It looks like a lovely Saturday. Hard to believe your granddaughter is a toddler already.

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  2. That does sound like a great day! We had a relaxing weekend with some football watching yesterday!

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  3. Lol! I sneaked through without a picture of me this week. I have a cold and am really not ready to be photographed.

    It's so good to be giving you a wave this week Sue. I hope you have a great one..you've got all the makings of a good time right there with that gorgeous wool. It's making my fingers twitch just looking at it (tho I'm also agreeing..maybe it is too nice to actually knit up?)

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  4. That yarn does look gorgeous - hand dyed is always such a pleasure to see with all the variations.

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