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Isn't the first yarn "Hell Fire !"

love seeing your yarn stash pics



slurp and crunch...that's what came to me as I read your post...hope it was as good as it sounds...
how can someone as accomplished as you, be afraid of knitting a cardigan...now go and have another bowl...for me...and another slice, with jam this time.... :)xxxxx


Whenever I hear about french bread I think about Juila Childs, she is definitely one of my most favorite people ever (and was an alum of my college too!). I may have to try that soup once I restock my stash of veggie sausages (they are really quite good). That yarn will make a gorgeous cardigan!


The only hard part about a sweater is getting correct gauge. But since you can make socks that fit well, you shouldn't have a problem with a sweater.


Mmmm home made bread... Can I come over for some? ;o)
I am loving those socks. And wow those gloves from Flickr are fabulous!


oh andi, i agree with marilyn, you are an amazing knitter, you'll make a beautiful sweater! and yes, bread baking is the best smell in the world. homemade soup and bread weather is here too, my favorite autumn meal!

Mr. Puffy

I've become addicted to my kindle and the instant gratification that it afford but seeing your book reminds me that there is nothing more appealing that sitting down with a proper book! Love your flickr favs ~


Soup and bread: I'm in love too! Bread baking is one of the best smell, I love also the smell of butter melting in the pan and sautéed garlic.
Another grey lover here! :) Can't wait to see your sweater in progress! :)


That looks like an interesting book :O); I added it to my "to-read" list on Goodreads. I like how when the characters' lives intersect.
Your second sock is comin' a long fast - yippee!
I like the solid, warm, neutral grey yarn. It must feel so divine w/that mix of angora, merino, and silk. You should use it for a cardi.
I love those colorful, fun mitts you found on Flick. I searched for the Rav project page and marked it as a fave.


I am LOVING those mittens. (but I'm such a sucker for rainbow fair isle) And I am so jealous of your soup and break baking smell. If I ever came across a guy with that smell for his cologne, I would literally follow him around all day, like a total creeper :P


so lovely, i havent ever knitted a sweater but i want to someday!


YUM! Now I need to bake myself some bread. I've been craving pumpkin bread lately actually...
Lovely photos and lovely post. :)


I agree... the smell of baking bread... the yarn.. fall.. (very curious to see which pattern you'll choose because the yarn looks yummie!)

Annie @ knitsofacto

I think I may be in love with that yarn!

katie metzroth

LOVE those mittens!

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