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Wednesday, February 11, 2009


I finished the socks and sweater.... Cough, cough, Pictures? You actually want to see FO pictures? That is where the procrastination part comes in. Mama llama business has been moving me quickly through the day.... Not to mention I was attacked by a nasty cold virus, Chris was generous enough to share it with me. Thanks hon'! ;)

A couple of weekends ago Hillard was in a hugging mood and we were lucky enough to be across the table from William who was playing with his new Blackberry Storm....He snapped this shot fairly quickly.

Hillard has been making some many improvements this year. He still continues to call us by Mommy and Daddy when he feels like speaking, and he actually has picked a few fights with his brother.... It was really cute. He has begun to bring home school work and I can't beleive how much he knows! I'm amazed everyday. Now I know he is listening to us ;)

Current Project:
Want to see the yarn porn of the sweater I am currently working on? I knew you would!
Love Louisa Harding! Her yarn is so yummy.... Got the accent yarn at LYS, Yarntopia.
I have cast on for 15 stitches per 4 inches.... and I'm just making it up as I go ;)

the accent yarn goes so well with the deep earthy green of the Fauve, they look like they were made for each other! Sadly this sweater is not for moi :( Its a b-day present for the sis over seas....

You guys have eventful weeks, and I'll post some good looking knits this weekend!


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