It’s a super simple pattern that I found free somewhere a few years ago and made a lot of adjustments to. I think I’ve told you before, but I make them for my friend Teresa. She wears them, but gives them out to anybody that she sees needing a hat throughout the winter. Last year I think I made her seven of these hats. She texted me Monday and told me that she didn’t have any left. I had one I had just made for myself that I gave her yesterday and told her I would have a couple more for her by Sunday. They don’t take long as they’re made with bulky yarn on size 10.5 needles.
Last night I also started a pair of socks for Brad for Christmas. I hadn’t planned on it being so hard to see the dark yarn in the evening though, so all I got finished with were the cuffs. Now I’m onto the leg of the first sock.
A bit of a closer look. I’m using the Hermione pattern which is free on ravelry.
It’s another very cloudy day here today and I’m enjoying staying inside and watching Christmas movies this afternoon. The banana bread was wonderful last night with my tea. And the house smelled so good.
A few people have asked what Alex was doing in London last weekend. He was visiting a friend that lives there. It’s a city he had never been to before and so he had a lot of fun exploring. I’ve been there twice and Dennis has been there several times so it was fun to see again the places that we enjoyed so much.
I’m enjoying this posting every day for November but I’m afraid I am boring you. My life is pretty much the same from day today. I hope you all are having a lovely Wednesday and I’ll be back tomorrow.
“Then Jesus declared, I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.” . John 6:35