Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Yarn Along: 17th August

I was a little discouraged last week if you read my post about not being able to get much crafting time into my daily life. I am hoping with Trahaearn's medication for reflux and my avoiding the dairy I will get more time with a more happy baby and therefore a little more wiggle room in our family life and some craft time for mummy.

I did finally remember I had an easy pattern I had been savng for a long time.
Tonya from  Plain and Joyful Living has a sweet little gnome pattern for free that I have started. Since taking this picture last night I have also knitted an arm. It really easy easy knitting and I love the wool I am using. I am not sure what it is as the little children have taken the wrapper.

AS part of our book order we had earlier i the month I had recieved Heaven on Earth: A Handbook for Parents of Young Children, 
so now I am slowly working my way throught this one.Once again it jsut emphasises the need for rhythm in the home and a childhood filled with wonder and joy, which I totally agree with.

This week I   am joining  Ginny and the other ladies with a much more joyful heart for Yarn Along.
I hope to see you there.

Blessings to you and your homes,

8 comments:

Kathy said...

Your little gnome is going to be adorable! I want to knit one of those this year, too -- perhaps one for my daughter and one for my nephew.

Do you think Heaven on Earth would be a useful read for someone with older kids, or is it really aimed at families with very small children?

Maria said...

How wonderful that you have started this cute pattern. I have seeing it at her website and find it delightful!

Have a blessed day Gae,

Maria

Karen said...

What pretty yarn!
And I think I will have to add this book to my wish list! Thank you and prayers for a happier baby
God Bless
Karen

Knitters Notebook said...

I can't wait to see your finished gnome..what a fun item to make.

~~Renee

www.theevolvinghomemaker.com said...

as another school year approaches, i need to pick up this book again too, if only to stay focused on what is important! thanks!

:)
jen

Amy Caroline said...

I have been wanting to reread that one, but I can't find where I hid it!!! LOL It is really good!

Alisa said...

what a cute gnome!! And what a great read!! Happy Knitting!!

Gae said...

Thank you for your comments.
I am enjoyin gthis book when I get to it.
Kathy I think it is designed for younger children but the idea of creativity and rhythmn in the day can be an encouragment for starting with older children. We have older and younger children. I realy am not a long way into the book yet to tell more than that.
I have finished the knitting of my gnome and just need to sew him up. I will be knitting another soon too.
Blessings
Gae

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