I got through my first (work) week with my daughter away at college. I am proud of myself, not doing too bad. The tears still come now and them, but not like they did on Monday. Thank you for your comments and support, you all help very much. I guess she hasn’t forgotten us because she wants to text and talk on the phone. ❤ Thank goodness for that, and thank goodness for technology!
I want to share with you these photos I took of the sunrise yesterday morning. Yes, I was up early… We ended up having a beautiful, but hot day.
Some days after my morning coffee I also need a cup of tea. That was the case yesterday. For my birthday I received three varieties of Teavana tea. This green tea is my favorite; it is called Jade Citrus Mint. The most prevalent flavor is the mint, but it is a soft mint, not like peppermint tea. I love peppermint tea too, but this is different, which is nice. (My daughter left her teapot home for me to use. 🙂 ❤ )
Now for dolly news, I am working on some apple themed outfits. I wanted to get two made for the Little Darlings so that they could dress in their outfits together.
As I was putting the macro lens on my camera I noticed my straight pins in the pincushion. I’ve used these pins forever and am extremely happy with them. They were sold by the Stretch & Sew company, so they probably have a tip made for knits. These pins won’t ruin fabric, are extra long, and won’t rust. Unfortunately, I don’t think they are being made any longer. I’ve probably had them for 20-25 years!
Lucy’s ensemble was finished first (last week). Each of the girls has a little basket for their perfect little apple. The baskets were crocheted with hemp cord and they fit perfectly in their hands. I made the loops just the right size for their thumbs to fit through too. Here’s a macro lens shot of Lucy’s apple basket.
As you all probably know by now, I am a sucker for cute fabric, and this apple print was a must buy. I took the hint from the bits of pink blossoms in the print and added the pink pin dot border.
I finished knitting Alice’s golden yellow sweater in the car on the way to our daughter’s university on Saturday.
I took this photo Wednesday morning. By the end of the day Alice’s sweater was complete with its embroidery and buttons. Yesterday I put the finishing touches on Alice’s ensemble and got photos taken of both girls.
More on their individual outfits in the next two posts. I will most likely have both of these available on Sunday evening.
I hope you all have, or are having, a wonderful Friday. We had rain overnight; outside it is very cloudy, still, and humid. It is a most peaceful morning.
Bye for now!