Yarn Along – A Filled Jar

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On Wednesday’s knitters go to Ginny’s to share all the wonderful projects being worked on, finished, frogged, cried over, and learned from. They also tell what they are reading and a little of the storyline or provoking thoughts. I think it is great. So many books, knitting ideas and hints on how to make knitting more enjoyable.

Very little knitting has been done; I was embroidering pillowcases for our three married children.  No pictures, they turned out pretty (I thought) and I added beads for a little bling.

jan8 001This is my year’s worth of ‘ends’ mostly yarn
with some embroidery thread as a topper.

I’m reading, not listening to, a book of Sherlock Holmes mysteries. I’m enjoying it more than I thought. I don’t really try to figure out the problems – I like being surprised.

Joining Ginny, and many other knitters.

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Published in: on January 8, 2014 at 6:33 pm  Comments (13)  

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  1. thanks for stopping by!
    I love the ends jar – such a great decoration as well a wonderful place to store all those little ends.
    too bad there were no pictures of the pillowcases, I love embellisments.

    blessings
    Karen

    • Now I have to find a place to put the ‘ends’ for the birds and begin to fill another jar full.

  2. I read The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes last winter and enjoyed it more than I thought I would. I really like your jar full of “year’s ends”–great idea! (Your tabby cute is so cute peeking out from behind the poinsettia.)

    • Now I have to find a place to put the ‘ends’ for the birds and their nests; then I’ll have a jar to fill again.

  3. I’m so glad I saw your jar of yarn ends right at the beginning of the year! Now I can get a mason jar out of the cabinet and start my own jar of ends. I wonder how fast it will fill??

    • It is fun to watch it fill. Now I have to find a place to put the ‘ends’ so the birds can make cozy nests

  4. I love reading Holmes like that too! 🙂

    • Happy New Year, Friend.

  5. I just started this year with saving yarn ends for the birdsnests. I’m so curious to see if they like some colorful deco for their homes!

    • I didn’t know personally, but have read about finding bits of stuff in their nests.

  6. I love to embroider,pillowcases especially,too. What a special gift for your married children.
    I’ve never read Sherlock Holmes. You have stirred an interest.

    • I thought the stories would be harder to read, but they’re not. I actually had to snicker a few times at Holmes and Watson’s interactions.

  7. Would have loved to see those embroidered pillows. Love that ends jar. I never thought to do that. Thanks for visiting my blog. My son lives at Stanford University where he is studying for a PhD in Chemistry. We hope to visit him in March. I like your idea for mounting your doilies.


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