Monday, October 3, 2011

HAPPY WEDDING DAY - October 1, 2011

I've been getting rather lax in keeping you in the know about my knitting and other life of late. We just came home last night from a 3-day stay in Spokane, Washington for the wedding of our oldest granddaughter. She was a beautiful bride (aren't they all?), and was walked down the aisle and "given away" by her two grandfathers - one of them being my husband. Gee, he looked good in the tux! It was a 6:30pm wedding outside a barn on Mt. Spokane, followed by reception and dancing inside probably late into the night. We left a little after 9pm when the music was getting faster and louder - can't do that kind of dancing. This is her grandpas bringing her down the aisle.
This is a photo of the bride and groom
Knitting-wise: I finished one of my Jitterbug socks, and partway down the cuff on the second. This Colinette Jitterbug yarn is beautiful and fun to work with, and I'm enjoying doing just a basic sock.
I'm working on a pair of fingerless mitts - pattern: Augusta, for a KAL
Also on a Dolcetto shawlette for another KAL:
So I have more than enough to keep my fingers busy. I had a lot of knitting time on the 6-hour trip each way to Spokane, which was very enjoyable.

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