I decided to take a square I had finished from a Block of the Month Pattern and make a wall hanging out of it! I don’t know if I will ever make an entire quilt of pumpkins so this is my contribution! I am so looking forward to fall! Is anyone else?
Monthly Archives: August 2012
I received this gorgeous quilt from my dear friend Yvonne and have to shout out to the world that I love it! Not only do I love it, my grandchildren cuddle in it, my hubby uses it, and my furball tries to use it! The Sunrise quilt by Thimbleberries is a great size, is adaptable on the couch, bed or chair!!! Thank you Yvonne!
A week or two ago we had a bad rainstorm. The next morning a tree went down on an abutting property taking out a transformer, and along with that a pole with multiple lines! It took 6 hrs. for us to have electricity restored but to get Internet phones and email took until the next day!
Today we had more severe rain! Lasted about an hour! Guess what! We lost power again! Yup! Dang! We are not 25 miles out in woods! What is going on? This year alone we have lost power probably 5 times!
Is it like that anywhere else in this beautiful country? Like here in NH?
On another note we did go to Merrimack NH today to return a phone case! It made my phone run too hot! But the kiosk was closed due to weather lol! I get to go back another time!!
This is a picture of hubby standing near a Moose that the Outlets have there!! The Manchester Airport has a Moose there too! Must be the thing to put up as a Welcome in NH!!!
Have a great day…
I started knitting my husband a pair of socks in May! Yes ~May 2012! The pattern is Classic Socks by Melinda Goodfellow. The yarn is Skein, color is Granite! I love the yarn! One sock is done ladies.. After I tore half out and started over because I did the heel wrong! Thanks to Yvonnefor checking my work for me! So I give you a picture of the first sock finished for Judy’s On the Needles Friday!
And then the start of the second sock! I know what you all are thinking! I am slowsky! But hey he will have them for winter here in the northeast right!!!