Sunday, November 18, 2007

the weekend

My day of rest...
...some magazines, some knitting and a cozy fire in the woodstove. And I think I'll check out a local craft show, if I can bear to venture out into the cold.
Have a restful day!

21 comments:

  1. I love the variegated blue yarn you are using. The shawl you are knitting looks like it would be toasty warm sitting by the wood stove.

    Have a wonderful day.

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  2. Lucky you. I hope you have a wonderful day. I've never been able to find the Marie Claire Idees magazine.

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  3. Sounds like a truly lovely day, and such a beautiful spot to relax in! I love the wording around the table.
    Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

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  4. Can I come knit with you, it looks like heaven !!! Clarice

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  5. What a cozy spot to sit and enjoy your magazines & knit. The view is just gorgeous!

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  6. I really like that Marie Claire Idees mag but it always take me a while to find it! Sounds like a lovely relaxing day! Enjoy!

    Manuela

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  7. Claire5:58 PM

    Hi I just love your knitting, and the Marie Claire Magazine looks interesting too, sounds like a lovely way to spend the weekend.
    We have just had our first snowfall this evening here in middle England it looks beautiful out so I'm just off for a walk.

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  8. I notice alder cones in the cup. Do you have alder trees in New York?

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  9. Great photos, looks peaceful. My kind of weekend...

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  10. It all looks so warm, comfy and cozy. I'd have a hard time leaving, too.

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  11. What a cozy weekend you have had. I love sitting next to my wood stove knitting away with my girls. We are working on really heavy wool sweaters for the winter. It is getting so so cold here! I also love reading those cozy knitting mysteries during the winter. Blessings, Rose

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  12. Makes me want to drive right up there and knit with you. Of course you need to teach me how. lol

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  13. Wildside ~ yes, those little cones are from our English Alders, which we planted along the length of one of our lanes.

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  14. Looks so comfy cozy I don't think I would venture out:). Linda

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  15. Deb ~ I wanted to wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!

    [And I just want to say that I love all the corners of your home. I spent time on here the other night looking at some of your old posts. Very lovely!]

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  16. Looks like a nice restful spot to me.
    ~Jody

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  17. Came back to check comments.

    Thanks for answering my alder cone question!

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  18. Love your cozy room! Glad I stopped by, wonderful blog...
    Rose @ Classic Charm

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  19. Beautiful photos, I just love Romantic Homes magazine. There is nothing like a cozy relaxed warm and beautiful day...

    I am celebrating my 50th post with a give-away, when possible pop over ok!

    Hugs to you...

    Beverly

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  20. Oh how wonderful Deb! Looks so cosy in your house. Did you find something interesting in the shop?
    I am waiting to use my/our camera to show what i have been doing lately, but my friend use it every day at his work. So i have to be patience :) I am almost done with a few christmas stockings. I just have to decorate them. This were my first ones. Well, this year everything was my first! (i mean needlework) :))

    Enjoy warm crafty days!
    Aina x

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  21. you knit such beautiful things! I just posted my pattern for fingerless gloves-though the ones you knitted look lovely. I just hope I got the pattern right. I knit the gloves all the time for my boys and my husband and myself-it is always from memory-they are not fancy but they are warm and cosy! Blessings, Rose

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