Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God. Then the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
Phil 4:6-7

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Yarning Along

Joining Ginny at Small Things for reads and knits.

I wanted to post the pictures of the little bonnets I made (found here on my ravelry page) -- I am finally almost finished with the second bonnet. I did something I have never done before -- made an I-cord to thread through the eyelet holes for the ties. I have a few inches left to knit on the second I-cord and then I can deliver the bonnets to my two little neighbors. Cute, cute.

My read is Those Who Saw Her, a book about Marian apparitions. I am not far into it, as there hasn't been much reading time lately.

Go see Ginny for more fun knits and reads.


  1. such a lovely colour yarn, so sweet
    happy knitting xx

  2. OH, my gosh, that is just adorable!!

    I've got to learn how to knit someday, I just have to!

  3. Gorgeous bonnets!! I'm going to have to fav that one over on ravelry.

    Btw, I have to tell you this…when I first read you had a ravelry account I thought, What?! She's over there?!
    So I clicked over to friend you and saw that we were already friends! LOL! My brain is so fried. And I don't have a pregnancy to blame it on, either. Bummer.

  4. Those bonnets are so sweet.

    The book also looks like something I would like!

  5. Beautiful bonnet!
    Your book looks really interesting. I hope you get some time to enjoy it :)

  6. i just did an icord for the first time recently----it was fun! Those bonnets are adorable, and I'd probably love that book.

  7. I love the bonnets. I want to try an i-cord edging but I am still not there. I love each time I conquer a new skill. I love i-cords but I can't seem to visualize having them be a bind off or edging. Great job !


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