Yarn Along........so thankful!

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My needles have been pretty busy of late......some gift knitting that I can't share and some necessary knitting as well.........well it's always necessary when it's knitting......right?

I thought I would share my view with you from where I knit and spin......it's been chilly this week and everyone is staying close to the stove!! Loki and Moose don't move far from that spot!


I picked up this skein of eco cloud in Canada and it knit up so quick into this Hot Chocolate sweater for Hannah Grace. I made the 3t size so it's a little big but I'm ok with that as she look will great in it next season! It's very cozy and warm and such a great color! I love the seed stitch ribbing!


Just off the wheel is this skein of merino and silk......it was amazing to spin!


And I've taken a liking to my new trindle and am truly enjoying the process of spinning this polwarth fiber from The Painted Tiger in the Ancient Tomes colorway.....spinning is just soothing to mind and body!!


I'm also going to include the photos from this past Saturday.....when spur of the moment I decided to join in the Hudson Valley Yarn Crawl!! It's was a lot of fun and we visited 5 quaint farms and drove through beautiful mountains. Hannah Grace loved seeing the all the animals and Momma loved getting her hands on some new fiber. So glad we decided to go!!

Hannah Grace sporting her Lucy Top

Hudson Valley Sheep and Wool


Spruce Ridge Alpaca Farm


So as we approach Thanksgiving this week I am so thankful for all God has blessed us with and I am thankful for the Yarn Along where we can share our love of knitting and reading and all things fibery!!!
May God bless you and your family this Thanksgiving!!

Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever.
Psalm 107:1

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7 comments

  1. So many great knitted things and spun yarn! Great color for that sweater. I just love how the animals gather round the wood stove. They know whats up!

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  2. I love your words 'necessary knitting'. That is a cute little sweater, I like the seed stitch rib too - it adds a little something different.

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  3. Such a sweet little turtleneck! I love the seed stitch ribbing as well. :)

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  4. Looks like an amazing time! Who wouldn't love a day like that :)

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  5. Gorgeous colour jumper love the little dress, she looks super cute. Deb x

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  6. that coral yarn you spun looks really wonderful.

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  7. So many lovely projects and your handspun is gorgeous. Great photos, thank you for sharing :)

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