So this little guy was worked up while avoiding the freezes in south Georgia. Kinda cute, kinda reminds me of an old fashioned farm toy. Now, if I could only knit a tractor....
There is a rabbit on my farm. Gonna have to pull out the shotgun. (Stay tuned....)
Quick back story. Grandfather had a small place, 10 acres out in the middle of nowhere on the Florida, Georgia line. He died about 2 years ago. The place has been vacant up until now.
So Phillip and I are in Orlando for the winter, camped out at a cute little cottage in College Park complete with a Mediterranean courtyard and enough space for Mario the cat to run from window to win
I have a tendency to be rough. Working on this tablecloth now and you can see my stitches itching to be held smoother.
So after a long talk with myself, my family, and only those close to me that I truly call friends, I have decided to pull "MADMAN KNITTING" from the shelves as of August 17 of this year.
So, I finished filming a trailer for the book "Mad Man Knitting," and as many of you would guess, I did two versions.
So, I'm working on some socks for my best friend. Its kind of a thing I do for him. Once I made him a felted messenger bag, but it quickly moved to socks. They were much more practical for him.
To begin with, you're not bothering me. I'm thankful for your interest and the concern about my previous post.
Using a new profile pic in honor of Buck Strong. Love your blogspot, by the way. I have to say I'm jealous and spending hours on mine. Alright everyone, hail the cowboy spinners.