2022: Wks of May 15-28; FO and Wedding

Turns out I got VERY little knitting done over the past two weeks. I even got the toes started on a second pair of socks before we left for the wedding week as I really thought I’d finish the pair I already had on needles and would need the second pair to fill my time. Plus I brought the yarn and needles to start a top. Sadly I did end up doing all of the driving to and from Charleston so that was 2 days of no knitting. I did get the heels done on the socks I already had going. Hopefully I will get them finished this week. I just love Lollipop Yarns self striping yarns so I’m looking forward to wearing them.


The baby blanket is now finished. I will be mailing it to my neice.

I do love the bright colors of 100% acrylic but can’t imagine wearing it. I need to find a way to let my daughter-in-law know that I would prefer other types of yarn for Christmas. I already have plenty of acrylic yarn for future baby blankets.


Uh, nothing to see here. Hopefully this week I’ll get back to working on my swatches and seeing if I can fix mistakes. That is definitely a skill I’ll need before starting a brioche sweater.


Instead of knitting, the past two weeks were filled with picking people up and taking them back to the airport, wedding festivities and socializing. I can’t complain. Hubby did a fantastic job with the beach houses he rented for our week stay. We had an amazing view right on the ocean and our 3 bedroom unit was the meeting place for evening dinners for our “kids” and friends. The wedding was perfect. It was outdoor with the reception under a huge white tent. Afternoon thunderstorms had me in a panic. Rain on your wedding day is supposed to be good luck so apparently they are going to have fantastic luck!! But the skies cleared and everything was perfect by the time of the wedding ceremony and reception. It all went off flawlessly and most important my daughter and her husband had a wonderful time at their wedding.


I’m happy to be back home and back to my kitty and knitting. So far I have managed to resist “sales” of yarn but I did acquire 2 more “walking” project bags. These are extremely lightweight nylon bags with a cross body strap that is perfect for carrying a sock project while taking my daily walk in Florida. I only had one bag and could not find any more with my internet searching. I wanted another in case I lost the only one I have. I contacted the yarn store where I orginally bought the bags years ago. Bless it if the owner didn’t find them!! Now I have blue, green and purple bags. They will be perfect for sock projects to take on my schooner trip in July. Lightweight and taking up very little space.

“Walking” Project Bags

Hope you have a wonderful week of crafting.

This is a year of projects (YOP) update. YOP is a Ravelry Group – make a plan for the year ahead for all your fiber activities, then update your blog each week. Plans can be calendar year (like mine) or mid-year start (like many). Following the plan is optional and creates some of the fun of posts. YOP is in it’s 11th year. It’s my second in the group.


12 thoughts on “2022: Wks of May 15-28; FO and Wedding

  1. That view from your condo is spectacular. Your daughter is beautiful and what a gorgeous gown. Your dress for the wedding is beautiful too. Your time away from knitting sounds like it was filled with love and laughter. So worth it.

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    1. Thank you. As I told everyone, there were very few choices for a summer weight MOB dress last fall here in Cincinnati. It was either that one or navy blue. I’m not an online shopper like my daughter.


  2. I think you should teach your husband to knit so that way no matter who drives there will be knitting accomplished! LOL! The wedding pictures are gorgeous and SO glad it stopped raining in time for the ceremony. What a good looking couple they are and you and your husband weren’t too shabby either. What a lovely dress you had. So glad it all turned out wonderfully!

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  3. Your daughter looks gorgeous in her dress and so do you on the dance floor! I love those walking knitting bags – very cool idea. I am very happy for you that the wedding day went well.

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    1. I had the nylon bag for years and never used it because I preferred the cute fabric project bags. But now that I’m trying to “knit while walking”, I need these lightweight crossbody bags. Beyond thrilled that the LYS owner was able to find them again.


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