Everybody's doing it, so I decided that I would also like to have my own One-Year-And-A-Month-Blogging-Anniversary giveaway! The prize will be a cross-stitch picture of a sheep (who would have thought?... *^v^*) and some additional surprises.
What to do to take part in it? Just leave a comment on this post between today and the 11th April, and on April 12th I'll draw a winner (from my husband's wedding tophat! *^v^*).
Last night I finished the Morning Surf scarf for my mother and I decided that I had enough of this pattern for a while, so now I'll be off to something new, maybe cables? I have an urge to frog the sweater I bought some time ago in a thrift shop (just for the yarn, but then I wanted to wear it so it stayed with me in his original form, but now I'm having a change of heart again... ^^) and turn it into a cabled shawl. We'll see about that.
No pictures of what crafts I've been doing lately because... I'm still working on them today. ^^ I hope tomorrow I''ll finish everything and I'll be able to show you the results, and tomorrow I will also write about the new Spring collection of Gudrun Sjoden's (I got the catalog last night).
For now my growing tomatoes! *^v^*
I don't expect to harvest the tomatoes any time soon, but they started above the ground and it's a reason for me to be happy!
And last, but not least, especially for my husband's request, the photos of the cats we met at the cottage last weekend (near the shop and on our porch - neighbour's cats). There was one more cat, the black one, but we didn't take a good shot of him.
It is of course to tempting to resist :-) I really liked your shawl in your last post, it looked so lovely and warm in the cold weather :-)ReplyDelete
btw send your addy have something for you
amber in scotland
You don't think I could pass up a contest do you? :DReplyDelete
here is a scarf I am thinking about trying soon - but maybe adding one more cable on the other side to even it out and make it just a tad bigger
if it doesn't work it is Dipsy Doodle Scarf - it is in google...
The cross-stitch sheep is very cute. Of course, I love kitty-cats. I have an ongoing cat cross stitch project going. I cross stitch when the mood strikes me.ReplyDelete
Ooh, I'll play! :) I love those kitty pictures. You know, I think I could just look at kitties all day and be happy. Does that make me a weirdo?ReplyDelete
The cat picture on the bottom left makes me laugh.
happy blogiversary! I like the middle left cat photo best. So cute.ReplyDelete
That gray cat looks just like one of ours. She died about a year ago, and we still miss her.ReplyDelete
Your sheep picture is really cute!!