Friday, June 08, 2007


It's Friday and I'm looking forward to the weekend.
Plans include ...

  • Housework - The usual suspects.
  • Gardening - weeding, general primping and much needed watering.
  • Knitting - Getting 4 repeats on the French Trellis Scarf done so I can cast on for the mate to the Chevron Donna's Favorites sock.
  • Photo shoots - Habu Tsumugi Silk for the website. The small images just aren't doing this yarn justice and new colors just came in.
  • Website work - Need to finish up the pages for Lace in the Woods 2008.
    I also need to get out the June Newsletter and work on the Press Release for the Lace in the Woods retreat to go out in a few weeks.

I know there's more that I'll come up with but looks like I'll be busy... maybe I'm not looking forward to the weekend now. ;-)

These grow like weeds and come up volunteer but I just love them and they really don't last very long. I have no idea what they are but enjoy seeing them come up every year.

The Chevron Sock ... One done and one to go. I finished the Ribbed Feather chevron sock in Donna's Favorites last night and I will not cast on for the other until I ...

finish the border repeats 1-4 on the French Trellis Scarf from VLT and right now I'm halfway through the 2nd repeat.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The plant is Romneya coulteri. The common name is Matilija Poppy and some call it Fried Egg Flower. It's native to SoCal & Baja. The flowers have a wonderful fragrance and the deer won't eat them. Mine are looking fabulous, probably 7-8' high now.