Friday, September 21, 2012

On and Under the Needles


This Anemone hat pattern by Cat Bhordi is really fun!  I think it will be very popular with a little miss we'll soon be visiting.


My other project this week was to figure out where to use the drizzle stitch on thins month's Sunbonnet Sue block.  The grass won!  The stitch is rather like casting on a knitting needle....

The rest of my week involved lots and lots of peaches, 2 batches of freezer jam and 2 jars of peaches and orange juice, as well as a fun afternoon with Becca of Patina Moon. Check out her blog for some great photos of Seattle's houseboats.

11 comments:

Mary said...

Cute hat - love the color.

Nancy said...

I've never heard of the Drizzle stitch: it's interesting.

Love the hat - it is a fun design!

Charlene ♥ SC said...

Now that is a darling hat - can't wait to see it modeled. Oh, my - that CQ is amazing... $3.00.

Suzanne said...

That's a great hat!

Susan said...

Ah, ha! Another trip coming up! It's so lovely that you can go as often as you do, considering the distance. That's a great color.

Janet said...

The Anemone Hat is adorable, Judy. Can't wait to see it finished and modeled.

kathy b said...

The grass is adorable.....

I can't wait to see the whimsical hat finish!

straythreads said...

love the fringe
Ann

jenclair said...

Love the hat pattern, and coincidentally planted anemones this morning!

karen said...

Cute hat and what a fun name :) I am think of lots and lots of apple baking will be happening soon, just because it's cooler outside!

Becca said...

Hi Judy! Gosh, I haven't been over here in a while! I had fun the other day too! I can't wait to go back to that fabric store with you! Can't wait to see how your SBS quilt comes out.