Sunday, January 4, 2009

Yarn and Christmas

I figured I would post all of these pictures together or they may never get on here so there are some from Christmas and some of the 2-ply merino I finished last night! Here is my poor little tree that didn't even have light until a week before Christmas and that was only because my mom sent me some! I had 10 sets and not one worked! The kids got a ton of stuff this year, mostly from the Christmas Party here and then the Fire Department passed out toys to all the kids here! Isaiah got the one thing he had his heart set on and that was his digger! Hannah wanted a toy turkey and I have no idea where she came up with that, but my mom found 2 so she was very happy on Christmas !If I did this right there will also be a picture of the 2-ply merino wool yarn that I finished last night!


yesteryearembroideries said...

Hi Monica, just dropped by to say hi. I just now found your email on my yahoo account... sorry it took so long. Stephanie has just sent me a sample of your thread.....beautiful!! I will work something up with it and get back to you. Blessings, Kathleen

Autumn said...

Beautiful yarn! Such a nice color too!

Thistledew Farm said...

Love the yarn you've spun. I'm a crocheter and love to work with homemade product - it looks like you do lovely work.

Ruth said...

I love your yarns!!! Do you sell them on Etsy? I would love to learn to spin.
Great pics of the kids. Looks like a great Christmas.

monica said...

Ruth, I don't have anything on etsy yet! Spinning is so fun. You really ought to try it and with a spindle it's not too expensive to get started!

Thistledew Farm, If you are interested in yarn I will hopefully have some here or on my etsy site soon!

Kathleen from Yesteryear Embroideries and Eggs In My Pocket said...

Hi Monica, I posted about you and your beautiful thread on my blog! Can't wait until you make some more. It is wonderful! blessings, Kathleen

Blueball Mountain Spindle and Needle Works said...

Hi Monica

Just now found your blog! Your kids and your yarn are just gorgeous!

I love the dark one on your wheel and love the colors you got from Grace! I think I need to amble there more often! Welcome to blog world. I added myself as a follower and feel free to add me to yours too!


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