~ as usual, a #NoBraSunday project on the deck with LOTS of tea ~
As you can see I needed to use Husker colors for my friend, Miss Cortini.
And I must say that she looks much better in it than I do ;)
Great pattern btw, but I would suggest using a light weight yarn. I used plain old RHSS and it turned out incredibly bulky and heavy, but then I never wear hats.
HATS ~ HATS ~ HATS
The kiddos love them some hats.
Making them keeps me out of trouble.
Because we all know I need supervision.
Like you should see the dress I bought!!
I’m gonna get it dry cleaned, and I am going to wear the $hit out of that dress. With high top sneakers and a new tattoo…and maybe some fingerless mitts with a matching shawl…check, check, check iiiitttttt ;)
It’s like my own super hero costume!
So anyway, back to the matter of hats.
There are some super kids enjoying my newest creations.
It’s no secret that I love sweet juicy watermelon.
For 20 years, when Frank has cut down a tree for firewood, if the starting wedge turns out nice, he brings them to me for garden art.
A little tea, a little sunshine, a Sunday morning on the deck, and a little paint.
Enough slices to share with the neighbor girls :)
Just a couple more things to show you that I bought on my trip last week.
I am using these charms for an upgrade to an older project that I’ll share soon.
I fell in love with this knitted sunflower pin.
I may have to make some more flower pins, they are such a day brightener. This one has been living on my purse since I got home :)
Thoughts? Do you guys like flower pins too?