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Blogmas Day 7-10


The past 4 days I’ve been able to get a few things done.

I finished another one of the grandsons knitted hat. This one was black, and will take a picture tomorrow. Just forgot to and seeing how I’m not prepared at the moment.

I did get a picture of the slippers I made Friday.

I have a couple of other pairs to make for gifts. The pair for my daughter I’m waiting on an order for some yarn she picked out  thank goodness they are easy to make and quick. 

I did very little on my snowman wallhanging. Nothing new to show, so bad…..

Remember in the last post I mentioned “the man of the place” and I were going out to get something to decorate the house.

We did and I wish I had taken more pictures than I did. I was just in a daze being around so many beautiful plants. 

It was pretty foggy that day, in fact it had been for most of the week.

Ended up purchasing a couple poinsettias and Cyclamens. 

I’ve been working some on my Christmas socks

Just finished the heel and it’s going along very nicely. 

I still need to put the heel in to the pair I made 2 years ago.

I never have gone an afterthought heel before and need to study up on how to go about it.

Here is the last four days of Advent calendar.

Yesterday I finished up making a batch of beef bone broth  14 cups, now are all frozen ready for when needed.

Well until next time


  1. You've been busy on the knitting front. Beautiful garden photos! Hope your Christmas prep is going well.

  2. Wow! You have been busy! Isn't it nice to make a list of all that you have accomplished? It always makes me feel good.


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