Yes, this is my little Rosie, the Riveter!
My little Esk in her first Halloween Costume.
It can't get much cuter than this!
I think I am going to melt!
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|Beautiful iron works|
|Marker with no writing on it.|
|My first Tuesday morning knitting group in 2010.|
|Beautiful days in our local shopping center court yard.|
|Even my son's dogs, Olivia and Ragnar, look on in disbelief at the|
thought of their 'grandmother' camping.
In fact they do not see themselves camping either!
|The trip to Southern Maryland does take you through|
some lovely wooded areas. But no stopping
to set up a tent.
|My son checking the camper before he releases "the hounds." |
They appear to be supervising.
Obviously, this is not their first trip!
|Their new home away from home.|
|Lots of water views.|
|Space to sit a spell.|
|Cute street signs.|
|I had one pink skein and the green pink variegated in stash.|
I purchased a second pink skein just to be sure I had enough.
|While at the store they had a complimentary variegated yarn|
that matched the pink that I like even more.
Bright and cherry for a baby girl.
|The sweater requires 2 buttons. And, oh, these buttons.|
They are just too cute for words.
|The soccer ball buttons were a great find as well.|
The stitches are even and any minor issues
will definitely block out.
And I love the color choices better than my first 2 tries.
|As you can see I am working on the collar now|
and the sleeves need to be finished.
But I don't have to be a mile away
from this sweater to enjoy the project.
|It amazes me that yarn can make such a difference in the|
quality of the stitches. Not an error can be found - so far! Ha!
|Just a few pictures to prove the point.|
|I will be very proud to give this sweater away to my|