This Past Week…

This past week has been a wonderfully productive week 🙂 We have all been very busy, swimming and enjoying late Spring here… The weather is wonderful and soon to be unfolding into Summer…

I have been knitting square hats with my beautiful rainbow yarn bought from she sells the most amazing naturally dyed yarns and is a wonderful dyer…

I have finished one of my latest custom orders this past week and it is on its way to its new home, I just love creating these little knitted treasures and sending them out into the world…

Erin has finished her weather block, we finished off by making a wind vein, it was really easy to make and we used the Book of Weather Wisdom for this. We used a pen lid, a metal coathanger and Erin drew a chicken that was double sided to sit on top of the pen lid that balances on top of the coathanger, it really worked well…

These beautiful creations are from nancy at I have already blogged about April who is sitting on the left. On the right is a beautiful new doll for Erin, she is called Halle and is too lovely for words… Nancy, we honestly really do love your Waldorf dolls, you are an inspirational artist… Thank you…

This is my handspun that I dyed a couple of blog posts ago, I have finished it and I am probably going to knit a unicorn with it or a magical horse, I haven’t quite decided yet…

The spinning process…

We have finally finished building my work room, I am just waiting for the floor to go in, that will be tomorrow, Yay! The children had so much fun building castles out of the bricks…

Here is my youngest little one, Kye, completely absorbed with his very precious toys, they go everywhere with him and he plays with them for hours. Ahhh so sweet…
Thank You Joy:
I would like to just say a Huge, Thank You to Joy, over at
who did such a lovely feature on my yarn shop and my knitted toy shop! I really appreciate your kindness my friend, you are wonderful!
Happy Monday everyone!
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13 Responses to This Past Week…

  1. Rene' Sharp November 2, 2009 at 2:12 pm #

    What a lovely post Linda!! I know what you mean about the weather, we spent a lot of time outside under the lapa, with the kids swimming this weekend. Then the days were finished off with some lovely afternoon thunder storms, perfect!! Love the wool you have spun recently, it is gorgeous. Very inspiring!!

  2. renee ~ heirloom seasons November 2, 2009 at 4:51 pm #

    Everything is wonderful. I love seeing all you little knitted animals gathered together there. Glad you are enjoying your season!

  3. Mama Rose November 2, 2009 at 11:52 pm #

    So many beautiful creations! I love how the rainbow yarn is knitting up…your entire post is such great eye candy 🙂

  4. Lovey November 3, 2009 at 12:07 am #

    Thanks for sharing all your crafty goodness! Love the rainbow yarn. Mamajude is actually our local handwork teacher. Everyone just loves her. I adore the barnyard full of friends! I bet the recipient will be in love when they receive it.


  5. Tammy November 3, 2009 at 4:19 am #

    Linda this is a lovely post, and your blog is a blessing to visit. Just wanted to say that. 🙂

    I can’t wait to see photos of your new room!

  6. goldenbird November 3, 2009 at 6:50 am #

    Your post is filled with so many wonderful things. Congrats on your new work room, looking forward to seeing pics. I love seeing the spinning process, it’s so magical. Love the picture of Kye, and Erin did a great job on the weather vane.

  7. Kelly November 3, 2009 at 12:25 pm #

    Hi dear Linda
    So many wonderful creations and learning happening at your home as always. Such beautiful rainbow yarn. Have a lovely day.

  8. Dawn November 4, 2009 at 7:13 am #

    I loved seeing all these pictures from your beautiful life. Those dolls are so cute!

  9. Beth November 4, 2009 at 6:30 pm #

    Linda, you have been busy! I love seeing all the fun things you are doing – I can imagine the lovely days spent knitting and spinning with the kids working and learning and playing all around you.

    That handspun is beautiful, by the way. I vote for a unicorn!

  10. Hip Mountain Mama November 5, 2009 at 5:40 am #

    So many beautiful things! I love love love those knitted farm animals!!

  11. Nicole November 5, 2009 at 4:49 pm #

    There is so much happy Springtime color in your photos! The dolls are so very sweet : )

  12. Angela November 14, 2009 at 1:24 am #

    Wow – what a flurry of creativity at your home!! Those farm animals are adorable, and your spinning looks so soft and I love the purples – it will make a magical unicorn – can’t wait to see it!

  13. onegoldensun November 20, 2009 at 7:16 am #

    Look at all that beautiful spinning and knitting! How inspiring! I love your waldorf dolls, too. I can’t seem to stop falling in love with them, even though we have more dolls than we need! warmest wishes!

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