Sunday, May 04, 2008

It's been a couple of months,

But lots of knitting going on - wanna see? I've posted some of this stuff on Ravelry. I think I'm spending more time there than anywhere else, and that's not saying much. Anyhow, here's some stuff for you to see (lots more but no photos yet):
Felted Stained Glass Bag - needs to be lined and handle-d yet, but I just love the colors

Sivia Harding's Journey Cable Socks done with Noro Sock. I was thrilled to match the stripes.

Loksins' formal portrait. I have done 2 more pair but none are as sweet as these, my first

Non-knitting? My roses. I think there are 4 here, and the color is pretty true.

Jaime made the stained glass years ago, and our ornamental iron guy at work made the frame. This window is above my dining room window and the sun was relentless. Danny used perforated steel to calm everything down. It's perfect!

Here's Buster inspecting the turtle. He's fascinated by her.

A very musical finch in the yard. He hung around for quite awhile.

And sunset? You say you want a desert sunset?


Anonymous said...

Nice sunset photos! And that bag is so gorgeous. I can't wait to get it as a Christmas gift. :) I'm so kidding, if you give that away to ANYBODY you're nuts!!!

KC said...

Julie, I love your bag! Wow! And all the photos are great. I miss seeing you when I would go to WW on Thurs. night. I will pm you on Ravelry and see if we can get together. Kathy

Kathy Withers said...

Love the roses. Marc and I are thinking of a rose garden in the back yard. How well do they do?

Kristie just got engaged, which is why we did the photos.

Big Alice said...

I love the stained-glass bag, I've been eyeing those for a long time. I should just do one, yours is gorgeous! Nice socks, I like the Noro effect with the cables, and the tweedy Loksins.

Lynn said...

I love those stained glass bags!

I'm curious about your turtle - he doesn't eat fish? We're expanding our pond in the next couple months and a turtle would be great