Thursday, March 14, 2019

Work, work, work

It's been a busy week for subbing. I filled in for one of the part-time teachers every morning so far this week, and then I spent the afternoon doing my supervisory job at the high school. She has three boys in school, and they took turns with the flu. I'm very happy to help out, but I'm hoping they don't need me to sub tomorrow morning. I'm just about worn out!


I've now finished with four skeins of Mandala Griffin for daughter Alison's waffle stitch afghan. I made this one 180 stitches wide. The ones I made for the grand children were 166 stitches wide. This one seems so much bigger!


My love of Doodle Ice Drops continues. These little cuties just seem to fly off my shuttles!

8 comments:

  1. Nice work on both of them your amazing you know🌹😃🌹

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    1. Aw, gee! You flatter me! I just follow patterns most of the time. You create fabulous pieces!

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  2. Love the afghan and your current green ice drops 💚💚💚

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    1. The afghan is coming along slowly. With warmer weather setting in, it's harder to keep a blanket on my lap!

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  3. So much for your retirement! I hope you get a day off to get on with waffle stitch and ice drops. And relax a bit!

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    1. I think I will need the weekend to recover! There's been no call yet, but school doesn't start for two hours. My fingers are crossed!

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  4. The afghan is looking fabulous and there's another wonderful Ice Drop!! :)

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  5. Lovely Afghan
    Another beautiful ice drop

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