And my personal favorites, meet Duke, my grandparent's llama:
-when we visit
-and most especially, tortillas.
I promise I'll have some actual knitting content soon. I'm just a few rows from the finish line on the shawl for my grandmother, and I started a pair of Marlene socks. It's my first Cookie A pattern, and I'm using this lovely skein of MadelineTosh Sock:
Your photos are amazing, and that sock color? DROOL.ReplyDelete
all these gorgeous photos, and then this stunning skein of madeline tosh at the end? my eyes are so happy!!ReplyDelete
That color of yarn seems perfect for winter! What is the color?ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photos! I love the second one.ReplyDelete
The llama is really cute. My neighbors had two llamas when I was growing up. Llama pictures always give me the warm fuzzies because of that.
love the pics, sister...good job!:)ReplyDelete
cute llama! i loved knitting marlene--it's a great pattern. and your yarn is so pretty!ReplyDelete
i just wanted to say thanks again for the package!
Beautiful pictures...and who wouldn't want a llama?!?ReplyDelete
Your grandparents have a llama!!! Lucky you!ReplyDelete
I absolutely love that yarn, such subtle colors. Mmmm!
Beautiful pictures! Sounds like your Thanksgiving was a good one!ReplyDelete
I love the 'Marlene' pattern and can't wait to see yours in that beautiful yarn!