|Feeding the hungry birds|
|Grandma next door|
|Snow covered luminarias|
|The finishing touches|
Fingerless Mitts pattern by Ann Budd, published in Weekend Knitting; Yarn: Encore Colorspun Worsted by Plymouth Yarn Worsted / 10 ply, 75% Acrylic, 25% Wool
Felted Slippers by Midnattsol from Midnattsol's Blog; Yarn: Classic Wool Merino by Patons Worsted / 10 ply, 100% Wool, Merino (Discontinued: Replaced by Patons Classic Wool. Some colors still in stock in some stores are made partly from Merino fleece and do display the “MERINO” designation. No new yarn is being made with the Merino designation however.)
|This ecard personalized with Smilebox|
Two Emirate men look to a Christmas tree which has been decked out with 11 million U.S. dollars (14.3 million euro) worth of gold, at the Emirates Palace hotel, in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on Thursday Dec. 16, 2010.
Today we wanted to visit the tallest sky scraper in the world, the 828 meter tall Burj Khalifa. Alas, we were not alone in having such desires, so when we arrived at the ticket office we were told the waiting time was 7 hours.
|The rest of the |
|The new... changed colors!|
Strik 1 p(2 r sm, slå om p)med gul, 1 p vr and 1 p perle med lime (perle=skiftevis 1 r, 1 vr p hen), 1 p ret med pink, 1 p vr med rød, 1 p (2 vr med orange, 2 r med gul), ....Here's my interpretation: (Re-written for circular needles so I could do the front and back at the same time.)
Row 1: Knit 1 row (k2tog, yo) with yellow, Row 2: knit with lime, Row 3: pearl stitch (k1, p1) with lime. Row 4: Purl with pink Row 5: Purl with red Row 6: k2 with orange & p2 with yellow