Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Some craftiness going on here and sleeping too!

I needed to do an afghan for a precious newborn baby boy. I had limited yarn and no funds to buy any so I decided to attempt my first round afghan. Boy is it fun and fast!!! I started this yesterday and once you get the foundation rows, you don't even need the chart anymore. Find the pattern here
How does that girl tie her self up so and then manage to sleep?  I would have a permanent crick in my get a long
Jack whipped out a couple smalls the other day.  Cute aren't they?
A lovely sunset taken a few days ago.  Love how it glows thru the trees.
And here is Jack's last supper.  He is nearly done with it. I can not wait to see it.
So that is it for this visit.  God bless and huggle.


PEA said...

Your round afghan is just gorgeous, what a great idea!! That picture of Sylvia is just adorable, it's so cute the positions she sleeps in. I would hurt myself badly if I tried that. lol Wow, Jack has really come along with his Last Supper project. Such a great feeling it must be when one finishes such a long project. Take care my friend. xoxo

*The Old Geezer said...

I don't know much about craftiness but I know a whole lot about naps and sleeping just like your cat.

Teeny Tiny cabin said...

Hi Michelle!
I am always amazed by all the lovely projects you and Jack beautifully craft and carefully work at and complete!
Sylvia looks purrrrr-fectly content!
Have a wonderful day! With love from the Cabin,

Barbara said...

So sorry you and Jack have not been well and do hope you both recover completely. My prayers go out to you both.
Jack's stitching as fantastic as ever.

Precious picture of the cat. They really know how to sleep.

Rebecca said...

I'm visiting your blog for the first time. WOW, your embroidery and crocheting are astoundingly beautiful!!