Saturday, September 28, 2013

Cherry Garcia

Thursday nights dinner was a huge success. We raised a lot of money to be sent to Honduras. Beth did a roast of my dad and the other people who help with the fundraising. Everyone in the room was laughing including my dad which is a good thing.

I'm still trying to get the store in order after all the packing and unpacking. It's almost done and the updating of the website is almost finished. There was no time yesterday to write during the day. After work last night we had dinner with my parents and then came home to watch Grey's Anatomy. Doing a blog post didn't work into the schedule. Sorry.

I started a small project yesterday. It's time to start thinking about the Woodstock Fleece Festival and some new samples. Cherry Garcia. I'm using one skein of Serenity Chunky from Zen Yarn Garden. 70% merino, 20% cashmere and 10% nylon. The yarn is a dream to knit with.
The back yard is pretty full right now. Fall orders, Knitters' Fair and Camp made for a lot of cardboard. My dad's coming today to trample them down and taking them to be recycled.
And a small surprise from Rowan. Coming in November.
Tonight I'm sitting with my feet up and probably tomorrow as well. Beth is golfing tomorrow which means I have to do the flipping between football games. It really cuts into the knitting time. I should have Cherry Garcia done tomorrow and then back to the Guernsey Wrap. I see lots of knitting in the near future. :)


Anonymous said...

Can't wait for the new Rowan yarn!

Lois Evensen said...

Yes, you do sound very busy! That yarn in the first image looks yummy!