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My Weekend, With Pictures

Things I did this weekend:

Fearing Pond blog size

Visited Dale’s sister at her campsite. I mostly sat around at the pond. It was good. (picture inspired by Claudia)

Sunflowers blog size

Picked up our CSA share. It included peppers, tomatoes, onions, eggplant, celery, leeks, potatoes, blueberries, green beans and these beautiful sunflowers.

Plate of Blueberry Muffins blog size

Baked blueberry muffins.

Cascata Shawl Progress blog size

Knit on the Cascata shawl. There’s a story behind this one but I’ll tell you later.

You know what I didn’t do at all? Spin. I think I have completely fallen off the Tour De Fleece wagon. Whoops.

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  1. T-minus 5 days until I’m parked on my campsite for the week… I’ll be up near Kim in NH… can’t wait to smell the mountains. Bye bye Boston & work… hello vacation in NH.

  2. What a wonderful weekend! The Cascata shawl looks interesting. Looking forward to the back story on this one. Fingering weight yarn?

  3. I made zucchini muffins this weekend but (first time ever…) they didn’t turn out. Your blueberry ones looks delicious!

    Love the yarn you’re using for Cascata. I bookmarked that pattern. I really like it, but the stitch pattern is kind of similar to Luna Moth which I just finished recently. I’ll wait a while before knitting this one.

    Beautiful sunflowers!

  4. Do tell the shawl story. I love stories. I love summer fruit, too. Blueberry muffins, yum.

    Did you at any point sit *in* the pond? That would have been my inclination.

  5. Looks like a lovely weekend. You’re thinking about spinning. That’s enough. Did I mention that I’m still struggling with that Shetland? I may not live long enough to finish it. /sigh

  6. The sunflowers are wonderful and so are the muffins. They put the one I got from the local chain sandwich shop to shame.

    As for the spinning I’d have to say that you’re still doing ok – way ahead of those like me who never quite made on to the wagon. My poor, lonely wheels.

  7. Sounds like you’re making the most of your summer, in the very best ways. I wants a muffin!

    The shawl looks beautiful too, that’s a great pattern for hand dyed yarn. πŸ™‚

  8. I sat just about as close to the lake as you did to the pond … and I even went in πŸ™‚ Muffins look YUMMMMMY! Can’t wait to hear the story on the shawl, stories are gooood! Beautiful yarn for the shawl πŸ™‚

  9. Yum to those blueberry muffins… I made blueberry jam last weekend. Just love this time of year.

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