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Monday, December 7, 2020

More Finishes!

 I've done lots of knitting lately since most of our usual activities have been cancelled.  The saddest victim  was my volunteering at the UW hospital as the whole Arts in Healing program has been cancelled.  And I didn't even get a chance to say goodbye.😢



Before the recent lockdown, we did get to Cannon Beach, OR, one of our favorite getaways.


As you can see by the waves, it was very windy along with a King tide.


And there are still lots of bunnies that allow you to get close enough to almost pet.  The city has posted a "do not feed" law, but the bunnies seem to be surviving well on the grass!


These were for a tiny preemie who is doing OK, thankfully.




There have been quite a few babies to knit for lately.



I spent most of October on the Sharon Shawl and Cowl and have enjoyed wearing the cowl on our walks.  Have any of you tried these patterns?  I found them challenging! They were also a great way to reduce my stash a little bit.

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Well, I think that's about all of my October finishes. Next time I'll share my November projects, but now I need to get back to work on the Christmas projects.  Will I ever learn to start earlier?





 


11 comments:

Betsy said...

You were busy in October. I love all of your beautiful baby things and the scarf and cowl. I haven't made either one.
My sister is a volunteer baby rocker in the NICU at the UNMC in Omaha. She hasn't been able to volunteer since March because of COVID. They took the first people off of the Diamond Princess there so they shut down visitors way before most of the country.
I hope the vaccine gets okayed and we can all get it soon so our lives can get back to normal.
Blessings,
Betsy

kathy b said...

Judy,
the last one is my favroite!!!! I love all your baby booties. I know a lot of places have suspended donations. Good to hear from you again JUDY!!!!
Ive missed you

kath

Dee said...

I don't think there is anything sweeter than that preemie hat. I'm glad to read that the little babe is doing fine.

Wanderingcatstudio said...

More lovely projects! I especially love those mary jane booties. Too cute!

The Oregon coast is beautiful. I hope to be able to visit one day.

Teddy Bear said...

great photos from your Happy Place, Cannon Beach and surrounding areas. Glad you got to go. Can you believe I am on your blog?!! Stay safe!! Loe from your sis.

Debbie said...

Your work is so beautiful! Those booties are adorable. Covid sure has upended so many things. I am sorry to hear about your volunteering. Araignee

Delighted Hands said...

Great knits and good views! Glad it was a good month!

karen said...

so many lovely projects! you have been a busy person on the needles!

Jill at emeraldcottage said...

Gosh what a lot of finishes! The matching hat and bootees are my favourite :)
Found you whilst blog hopping, would be lovely to see you over at mine at emeraldcottage.blogspot.com
Jillxo

kathy b said...

Judy, before this crazy year ends I want to thank you for your posts. I know you haven't been writing a ton lately, but you are always knitting for charity. That alone is remarkable. We share a lot in our lives with complete strangers when we post. The honesty and hope we post , takes a lot of effort and thought. Thank you so much Judy for the posts. Happy new Year

Val said...

That is the sweetest baby booties I have ever seen.