5.01.2011

Happy May Day

Wet, but pretty, I’m happy to see some bright color. May Day, marks the end of the unfarmable winter half of the year in the Northern hemisphere, and it has traditionally been an occasion for popular and often raucous celebrations.

4–10 May:

  • Between Midspring and Midsummer
  • Traditional summer begins
  • Middle of astronomical spring

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I have gotten my Iced sweater back out and looked at it. Like most knitted items that are “resting”, when I look at it, I think I can have it done fairly quickly. My main concern is my yarn yardage. I’m pretty sure I’ll run out, of course the yarn is discontinued, but I have found some on eBay! But don’t want to over buy.

I better get my needles clicking!

May your knitting needles fly as fast as dragonflies….

I am selling all of my knitting magazine back issues off in lots on Ebay, if you are interested take a look! I don’t have them all listed yet, I still have two more piles to go through. *grin*

3 comments:

  1. I love the flowers! So pretty...we're without flowers, mostly here.

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  2. Dear KD,
    Enjoy knitting! (*I can't do knitting at all...in my eyes, you're doing a miracle!!).
    Cheers, Sadami

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