Sunday, August 28, 2016

Take Three!

This try three of posting. First my camera batteries died just as I was trying to get them. Then I got busy and forgot to post so here we go again! Been working on a shawl with the yarn I was testing the afghan strips with.
This weekend I made a hat for Jack's cousin.
An infinity scarf for his wife, Judy. I already made a shawl for Jack's mom in the same black tweed but forgot to take a picture. Jack's cousin and his wife have Jack's mom living with them and care for her. She is 80 now and broke her ankle badly last year.
Jack is working on quilt squares which will be made into a topper for the coffee table.
And now time for the Silly Sylvia show!

Thanks for visiting. Huggles and blessings.


Poppypatchwork said...

Both your and Jack's projects are lovely, I would love my hubby to stitch, but he would not even be able to thread the needle, oh well he has other skills. Why do cats love a box, our's are the same, we don't see ours to the evenings they are always in our garden.

Laura Lane said...

I really like the shawl Michelle. It looks like Silvia is silky smooth. Her coat shines so pretty. The photo in the box was adorable. Have a wonderful week!

Ortizadas said...

I see you have been busy...pretty things.

PlainCatholic said...

We pray you were able to get your arthritis medicine and that your pain is relieved. Give our love to Jack and HRC Sylvia (Her Royal Catness).

Maggie Ann said...

Oh, is she cute! I like that picture where she is sort of slung over the couch back in total relaxation! Cats are so good at that. And so loveable! Jack's embroidery is awesome....and wow!. I'm sorry his Mom broke her ankle so badly I enjoy seeing all of your projects very much. They always turn out so perfectly.

Once my Mom knit a sweater for hubby and one arm was at least 6 inches or so longer than the other arm. She was ok with it....and we just hung it in the front closet and giggled once in a while. So, it was good for something after all. Hope you are having a mighty fine day!

Margaret said...

Oh my goodness, so much lovely crochet!!! And the quilt squares that Jack is working on -- beautiful! Sylvia is such a joy!

Maggie Ann said...

Hello from my Friday evening.....=)