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Knitting Pipeline Retreats Group.
Welcome to our newest Pipeliners who have said hello to us on the Welcome thread. Annahutchens who is Anna. Welcome!
ITunes Reviews—Thank you to:
- AB, MB on 4/10
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- Cpraytorb 4/16
What a nice treat to find your latest episode. I will look forward to hearing how you made your granddaughter’s visit magical. My grands also live across the country. The last time they came (at the time three little boys) I greeted them with an unbirthday party. Because we miss most of the actual birthdays, I decided to put on an unbirthday party. We had a dinosaur themed party, complete with cake
Continue to take good care of yourself. Sending good thoughts your way.
Links to retreats and registration materials are in the Knitting Pipeline Retreats Group on Ravelry. There is also a sticky thread with all upcoming retreat dates.
Maine Retreat Information and Registration is posted.
Cobblestone by Jared Flood. Pullover with garter stitch details.
Barrett Wool Co Wisconsin Woolen Spun.
Northeasterly by Melissa Alexander-Loomis
Quince & Co Fingering
Molly, Millie, and Morgan by Susan B Anderson with Quince & Co
- · Goldfinches rapidly turning to yellow plumage.
- · White-throated Sparrow song
- · Juncos still here. Blackbird migration flocks missed this year. I was definitely home. Usually around St. Patrick’s Day.
- · Oriole feeder, hummingbird feeder, wren houses are up.
- · Peepers are back!
Illinois Wildflowers by Don Kurz
- · Blood Root
- · Dutchman’s Britches
- · Mayapples
- · Toothwort
- · Rue Anemone
- · Dogtooth Violet
- · Spring Beauty
- · Trillium (Purple)
- · Virginia blue bells (no blooming yet)
- · Hepatica (already bloomed)
Books for children:
National Geographic Look and Learn. Birds. Board book. Very basic. Ok for Maeve.
The Little Book of Backyard Bird Songs by Andrea Pinnington and Caz Buckingham.
The Little Book of Woodland Bird Songs
We had family visit us at the end of March, including our two precious granddaughters.
Books and Toys Upstairs (I forgot to talk about the book and toy cabinet)
|Upstairs toy and book cabinet
|New pillows and pillowcases with Millie and Morgan.
Book and Doll Nook
Doll House, Calico Critters, baskets with books, stools, pillows, antique nursery rhyme quilt on wall, rocking chair, “rug” quilt and FAIRY LIGHTS!
|This was before adding the doll house.
Bookshelves with dolls I have made or handmade purchases, stuffed animals that I had no idea I had, accessories for doll house, woodland felt animals, tiny dolls, Root Children book.
New Pajamas (rabbit and fox)
Pink Airbeds from Aldi
Hiking in Creek
|Reading time with Uncle Pete
Tea Party on porch with Helene.
|Gnome Village Play
Mushroom Fairy House with Solar panel
Fairy Garden House
6 Piece Mushroom Fairy house and figurines.
Day 2 Saturday
Trip to Holland’s Merchantile
West Bend Stir Crazy.
|I love her face in this photo. She was so excited!
Sloppy Joe’s for dinner
Homemade Dairy Free Ice Cream with Cuisinart ICE-21 1.5 Quart
Toyola Treats Tub
Greenco set of 6 color Ice Cream Dishes and spoons
In the Pipeline
· Yorkshire Vet
· My Home Town
· The Fix
· The Village (new series)
· This is Us
· The Office
High Note Low Note
Bob: He uncovered his roses and they all survived the winter.
High Note: Easy returns at most stores.
Low Note: Child safety caps that are too hard for adults to open.
Haste ye back!