Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Contest Winner and Stuff

First things first the contest winner. By way of the totally high tech drawing from a hat, the winner is Ikkinlala. Congratulations! Send me an email with your info and this lovely is all yours. Plus a few surprises!

Here is my family having breakfast last Sunday. Look at Noley hamming it up:)





Here is me having breakfast last Sunday. Yeah I fed them first then I got to sit and drink my coffee, read a bit and just relax.


Outside it looked like this. Hoarfrost all over. See this post for a great explanation of what that is. Notice how one side of the trees is frosted but not the other? Cool.
OK I'm not the best photo taker but you get the idea, and I did take those last 2 while stopped at a light.


As promised here is the start of my Asymmetrical Cardigan, finally. I love, love , love this. Malabrigo yarn in Vaa is so squishy and soft.

These are half done, by which I mean one sock is done and the other is started. I will probably not make my February deadline for A Year In Socks:(


Last, KD went skiing with BDiddy and did great! They went about 4 miles they said. He's such a cutie, KD wants to go skiing everyday now.




Thanks for playing the contest! Knit On!

4 comments:

Rani said...

I think he's ready for the Barnebirkie!

Your breakfast looks just divine. Peace and quiet.

Love the snowy pictures. That's why we live here. People always ask, "How can you live here." Because some mornings we wake up to such lovely sights!

Naomi said...

I love love love the yarn you're sending away!!! It's gorgeous!! The other pics are great too! I haven't been to your house in a while you got a new table... I think I remember hearing about it but haven't seen it there yet. Can't wait to see you this weekend!!

saunaknitter said...

Love that last close up pic! Gorgeous.

Yarnhog said...

How beautiful! We just returned from lots of snow in Lake Tahoe.

I love that Vaa! I just finished my CPH in the same yarn and color. (And I have two and a half skeins left over, so if you run out, you know where to go.)