A Year of Projects

Yop 6 week 21

I’ve been knitting a hat.. just messing around. It might be too big so it may become a cowl. I didn’t count the cast on stitches . I just wanted to see if I could make a hat πŸ™‚

I made some apple cinnamon bread…. omg sooo good. This is my first loaf made on Tuesday. this pic makes it look gross but it wasn’t. My second loaf made on Thursday, the bottom stuck to the pan…lol non stick pan my a**..lol still edible so we’re happy.
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I finished the Special Olympics scarf.. red and white for Massachusetts. Sent it out on Friday.

I am also working on a 16in2016 project. its an owl. pattern fromΒ Divine Debris

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My sweet fiance bought me an early( and probably my only ) Christmas gift. A samsung tablet πŸ™‚ I love it. And now I can do live videos on my facebook fan page πŸ™‚ And annoy my friends on my personal page with live sleeping cat videos…lol

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9 thoughts on “Yop 6 week 21”

  1. Never have figured out how you can call something nonstick when you always have to use Pam or Crisco when you cook with them. The scarf is verynice and will make an olympian so happy. Looks like you are doing just fine on your hat/cowl.

    I got a samsung tablet about 3 years ago. I love it. Thats what I use to visit all you lovely bloggers.

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  2. Yumm!!! I so love cinnamon anything.
    Scarf is lovely, so neat. Looks like Tunisian crochet to me. The owl pattern is going to be cute. Looking forward to seeing the owl ‘appear’ soon.

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  3. I love how a loved one is thoughtful. My husband surprised me once with a USB speaker to plug into our laptop because I complained how I couldn’t hear some knitting podcasts since the Microsoft update jacked up the audio. The scarf is festive, almost a fun, Where’s Waldo holiday vibe. That happens to me sometimes where the final cooking project doesn’t look pretty like it’s recipe page but it tastes hella good. I’ve made apple cake in a 9×13 pyrex dish. The crunch of the toppings with soft, moist, and flavorful inside are a delicious combination!

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