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13 May 2012

Happy Mother's Day!

Mine started in a tubular manner:

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Casting on the first of two sleeves. I haven't yet memorized the tubular cast on, so I have to call up my favorite online tutorial every time...

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...which I don't mind, because I love listening to Ysolda!

In the middle of the day, I worked a few hours "helping" Ali at the coffee shop. I think I'm helping... I hope I'm helping... at the very least, I'm pretty sure I'm not hindering. She's a good multitasker, thankfully, so is able to answer my questions about the salads and sandwich I'm making while concocting an entirely separate order of lattes, smoothies, and espressos.

Later, my mom and the girls will all be here for dinner... until then, I think I'm going to knit a little more on that sleeve.

Oh! It isn't Mother's Day without some flowers...

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And a fern (my Japanese fern is looking as good as ever!).

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And an ant. ;)

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Heh. Happy Mother's Day -- to you or yours.  ;)



Is that chives in the middle?
Happy Mother's Day.

I hope you had a great Mother's Day with everyone!

Hope you had a good one. I ripped out a sweater. Sigh.

We have a garden full of chives...that flower I know! Hope you had a lovely evening with your family!

I hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day. Those photos have me just dying to touch that yarn.

hope you had a wonderful Mothers' Day. Love the pix of flowers-none of mine are blooming except the roses.
What will the tubular cast-on be when it grows up?

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