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Peace socks: Frogged and restarted on size 3 needles
Frog or finish:
Lacy Carry on-Frog and restart in non-cotton yarn
Core spun shawl-Frog and try crocheting
Steel topper – Measure Sarge while he is home and do the sleeves
Christmas afghan- Finish for Brenda
DIY sock club:
Vanilla sock: Knitpicks stroll tweed
Peace Sock: DK Classic 150
Red Rock Socks
Socks that rock
Socks for Sarge: Woolease
Have not touched Roo
No long wool on spindle
Pilates and wiggling
Winter stash fluff
Picked up clearance totes from Christmas to sort fiber and yarn.
Thank you to Roue from KnitCents podcast!
In the Kitchen:
Honey Corn Bread
1 c. cornmeal
1 c. sifted flour
2 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
2 tbs. honey
2 tbs. butter
2 eggs -beaten
1 c. milk
Sift cornmeal, flour, baking powder and salt together. Mix honey and
butter. Add beaten eggs and milk. Add sifted dry ingredients and mix
well, but not over mixed or it will produce tough bread. Bake in buttered pan in moderated oven (375 ° F) 20 to 30
minutes. Makes 1 (9 inch) square.
*I use an 8 inch cast iron skillet. I heat the skillet with butter in the oven while it preheats. This gives a good crisp crust on the outside of the cornbread.
So many Holiday projects it was hard to pick this week !!
KnittyAJ: Christmas Scarf-Weaving First
Knitstersusan: The Seville Jacket by Anne Dempsey
AnneLena: Kids' hats
Ladybugknitter: New Year KAL Shawl
OPSEC: Where you are on Twitter and Facebook?
New Years Traditions
Out with the old- Sarge gets leave soon and the house is a mess!
Shelving going into the storage room soon
Yearly change jar: $130 this year – Chiro appt
Words for the year
I won!! Sweatshop of love--Winter patterns
On the Menu:
Knit-a-way 2011- April 7-17
Michigan Fiber Fest- August 17-21
HFD Retreat 2011-November 3-6