Wednesday, June 8, 2011

A Hodgepodge

New rainbow yarn - a skein of coils and a skein of single ply. Linking up to Fiber Arts Friday and Creative Friday.






Girlie time.




More cheese inspirations - gouda and caramelized vidalias on rye and sharp provolone with apples on sunflower bread.


Dill.


Pumpkin.


Beans.




14 comments:

  1. Lovely rainbows and skies x

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  2. Wonderful photos! That yarn is dreamy, makes me want to knit!

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  3. The yarn is so colorful, so pretty! Looks like many happy days. Gouda & caramelized onions... yes, please. :-)

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  4. Lovely photos and I love your coiled yarn.

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  5. I just learned how to spin and I'm so admiring your yarn. I'm still just trying to get an even single ply...

    You've inspired me, or frustrated me... No, definitely inspired! :)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  6. Your photos are beautiful, thank you for sharing them. I especially like the girlie one. Those coils are amazing!

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  7. I love the yarn, so colorful.

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  8. Gorgeous, Delicious Everything!!! Love your yarn, especially the super coils! Off to make myself a cheese sandwich, lol, you've got me starving now!

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  9. Your yarn is beautiful. Your sandwiches look delicious. Your girls are beautiful all dressed up. Your post makes me happy. :-)

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  10. I love that yarn ... so pretty and colorful! And I love the picture at the top of the page, the picnic in the woods :-)

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  11. I am in love with your coil yarn. I can't seem to make a good coil and yours is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing all the lovely photos of your garden and the beautiful sunset. Welcome to Fiber Arts Friday!

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  12. Your pumpkin and beans pictures make me so excited for my garden to grow more!! Our bean plants are only about 3 inches tall right now.

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  13. All of your photos are beautiful! I was so delighted by the rainbow yarn I almost forgot to scroll down for all the other good stuff :-)

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  14. Beautiful pictures and your yarn looks heavenly.

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