TanMan and I took a little road trip today, going along the country roads. I love to see the small towns, big farms and picture perfect rural America, so I am glad he doesn't mind leaving the interstate and taking a cross-country jaunt.
Along the way, we encountered this historical building that had been in the same family for over 100 years. My grandparents had a stone farm house, so I guess that is what I liked about this little building. Wouldn't it make a great studio?
I could almost hear the voices from the past as I got closer. Further up the lawn, there was a teeny tiny cemetery with about 4 tombstones. How wonderful that someone cares enough to keep this little gem.
I am still working on the Bistro Lace Scarf. I have changed the way I connect the flowers a couple of times, but I think I have finally found a method that is easy for me. That makes it go much quicker.
My hands have been aching quite a bit, I am wondering if arthritis might be starting. It is kind of scary, so I can't wait to talk with my doctor about it at my next physical. In the meantime, I am trying to work on different projects each day, using different types and sizes of needles, to give them some relief. And of course, there is my good friend, Ibuprofen 600mg.!
More on the Hiya Hiya interchangeable needles - the needle tips are not as pointy as Knit Picks, but a little more pointed than Addi Turbos.
I've added the Coaster pattern as a free download. If you haven't knit a mitered square before, try this little pattern.