A wee, ridiculous luggy bonnet for an expecting coworker, made with all leftover yarn bits. The pattern is from Weekend Knitting, a book I love. I've said it before, but its a great feeling to make something nice from scrap yarn. Plus I'm making room for more yarn, no?
+ Another use for scrap yarn that I really really want to try! (Found via Fine Little Day)
++ I realize a morel report is overdue. It's coming, but in short, they were DELICIOUS. x
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Our good neighbors, the same ones that gladly let us rid them of the cherries on their gorgeous cherry tree, were about to take their lawnmower to these beauties, before Adam ran out and saved them. Now dear friends, what to do? I've cooked lots of mushrooms before, but never morels. Is it bad they are so big? Do they cook down a lot? Should I dry some of them? What is a delicious way to prepare them??
ps aren't they lovely though?
Posted by elena gold at 7:26 PM
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Over the years I've used these skeins of wool to help make: gloves for a friend, a baby hat, a toy fox, a toy bear, a toy elephant, a cowl, a hat for A., a hat for a friend, a set of crocheted coasters. Now the rest will be...can you guess? You'll have to wait and see...