Thursday, February 23, 2012

blue felted slippers and reading

As can be expected you will find at least one book on my nightstand that I am currently reading and yarn of some type on my needles. But today a completed knitted project is mine to share. They are super cute, even my girls love them, and they were so much fun to make! You might possibly want to consider making a pair too. I found the pattern here  and precisely remember buying this book for the sole purpose of having this pattern in order to make these felted slippers. The idea of knitting, felting and embroidering all on one project made me shine like the sun!

So without further ado, here's to this week's yarn along with Ginny.

And so you might know spring has sprung, the crocuses give huge evidence. Then there is the unwaning resonance of the peepers and the return of the towhee's song, ("Drink Your Tea"). My son, Alan, gave me this book about heaven by Anne Graham Lotz several Christmases ago, I have returned to its pages once again. Agatha Christie books have a worthy place when I am feeling sleuth-like, or maybe just tired and want someone else to provide the entertainment. This one entitled, The Unexpected Guest ,was picked up at the library. It has an odd twist from its very beginning and I must say I am curious how it will all come together in the end.  


Karen said...

Those are just adorable! They look very warm, too. Perfect for that snow we will probably get since it thundered last night. :o)
I have to be in the mood to read these days. My mom was an avid Agatha reader. She still has a lot of the doubleday books that she would order when I was a child. Maybe she'll have the one you're reading.
Hope all is going well in your neck of the woods.

debby emadian said...

How cute they are lovely, they'll keep your toes nice and toasty!

The dB family said...

They are perfect!! I sadly have read very little so far this year, but I have several different products on needles though. That last photo is marvelous!!


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