Monday, November 21, 2011

cozy Monday.

How is it the week of Thanksgiving??  Really, it completely snuck up on me.  This is our first year with a kid in school full-time, and it has made time fly more than ever.  We have a busy week ahead of us, and it is full of good things.  Dinner with friends, Christmas shopping, baking and cooking, Thanksgiving at our house (for the 6th year in a row!), and then decorating for Christmas on Friday (one of my favorite family traditions).
So for today I think we will stay in and enjoy a quiet day at home.  My plans?  In between playtime with the kiddos, I'd like to finish up this honey cowl and read more of this book.  I can't wait to wear this, it is so  fuzzy and soft.  And this book is amazing.  Really, life changing for me.
Hope you have a great start to the week.
xo, A

ETA - The quilt in the background is my Habitat bowtie quilt.  For those of you that asked/emailed about it, you can find my post about it here. :)

8 comments:

  1. Very cozy indeed! Hope you have a wonderful week Angela! :)

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  2. Side note ... I looooooove the quilt in the background of that book photo. Do you have a blog post about that one?

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  3. Have a lovely week. Off to check out your book on Amazon!

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  4. That honey cowl is so decadent! Love the color. Enjoy your knitting and reading!!

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  5. Sounds like you've got a great week all planned out. I've got the yarn ready to start my honey cowl as soon as I finish up the rest of the mitten I'm working on. You inspired me for sure.

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  6. Lisa Bevere came to our Church way up in Saskatchewan, I love her! She is very funny, and I imagine that a book by her would be a great read.
    Seeing your honey cowls kind of makes me want to learn to knit. Well, a lot! Beautiful colour choice by the way, that red is stunning.

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  7. oh that honey cowl looks so luscious!

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  8. Okay, that might be the nudge I needed. I bought the cowl pattern weeks ago and it seems every time I turn around, someone else has cast it on... If I can find time to grab the perfect yarn, it can be my holiday project. Thanks for the reminder - yours is absolutely gorgeous!

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