I used the new pompom yarn and made a pair of booties. I think this yarn is a little too girlish. An afghan may be OK for both sexes, but clothes look too feminine. What do you think?
I took a break from making baby items and I made chicken pot holders. I seldom use the type of fibers I have used lately. My preference is thinner yarn made from all natural fibers such as wool and cotton. These chickens are safe from neighborhood dogs.
I scanned a few more old pictures and I wanted to share them with you. The first one is of myself, my older sister, and my grandmother. The picture is taken on my grandparents farm outside of Colby, Kansas, in front of a corn field. I love the way grandma is looking up at the camera. As you see, I did have thin legs at one time. LOL
This picture was taken with my grandparents, my brothers, and my cousins. It was probably taken around 1970ish, give or take a year or two. I was on the far left holding a cousin.
This picture was taken when I was in elementary school. We lived in the country and my sister and I were walking down the lane, or driveway to the house, which sounds much less nostalgic.
How was your weekend? I hope you were blessed with fond memories. Dawnie