I bet we can make these books best sellers is a facebook group that I am a part of. Right now they’re having a BOGO (Buy one, get one) deal. I picked up a book, emailed the organizer (who happens to be lovely Catherine McKenzie herself) and I will be mailed a free book of my choice, from the Reader's List. If you're interested in checking out some new books, this is a good opportunity.
This morning we had a birthday party for a friend of Sean's who turned 4 this week.
They had a magician come, and they kids really loved it.
I started another Wyatt. This time I started it in size 5/6T. I figured if I make the largest (5/6T) and it doesn't fit Sean, at least Mack can wear it.... right? And then I'll see how the 5/6T fits Sean, to see what size to make Mack. I want to make them each a matching sweater, and then take their pictures all together. Oh, I love my 3 sons. For Sean's sweater, I am using the same yarn that I used for Quentin's in the same colorway (plan to do the same for Mack's sweater too - which is Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash in Blueberry) and this time I used yarn that I frogged from another project that I had started back in late 2007. Hoping that some blocking once done will help it look nicer? I had started a sweater for my nephew that I have no intentions of finishing as he is now 2-3 sizes bigger than the sweater I started then.
I leave you today with a cute picture of my own locally grown.
Today’s Link Love:
- I love this decoupage plate tutorial.
- This pattern (Personalized Pennants) by my cousin, Jennifer Lori.
- I love this periodic table of fibres.
- I love this crochet headband tutorial.
- I love this recycle your magazine station.
- I totally want a space like this in my house.
- I like this cartoon.
Don't forget that by commenting, you will be entered into my giveaway for a copy of Arranged by Catherine McKenzie. The contest runs until March 16, 2011, and I will draw a winner that evening when I blog. All you have to do is comment on any post this blog.