I took a screen shot of the pattern.
I have so many needles. My mother-in-law's needles became mine when she passed away. She had many of the plastic and metal needles and they are VERY long. A friend gave me HER mother's needles, too. I also buy needles. I have LOTS of needles. Don't you wish they could talk, telling us of all the projects they clicked?
The needles I'm using for Brad's hat are bendy. I like the tops of the ivory colored ones.
I'm using the first ball we wound with my new-to-me winder from the Left-Handed Housewife, Frances. She's so nice, trying to help me with my yarn winding problems.
Here is one of the beautiful books I'm reading. It's about a French girl who becomes a bound out girl in Maine. She takes care of a family of children in the wilds of the new world. She's a soft and deep character, this Marguerite. It's a lovely read.
The grocery store tulips were VERY worth nine dollars. They are juicy little cups of joy.
So are these three princesses. They came over for dinner after their swimming lessons. Aw. I love their bright eyes and their loving smiles. They each ate a huge bowl of popcorn before dinner. Swimming works up an appetite.
I'm joining good Ginny for Yarn Along. It's FUN! I love knitters. I really do.