Friday, March 25, 2011

color work

The one I am most excited about.
Have a beautiful weekend.

30 comments:

Jane said...

I want one of those brownies...yum! Have a good weekend leslie!

Erin Joy said...

Can't beat spring time pinks against spring time blues!

3 M's and 1 N said...

At present, I'm thinking I'd be most excited about those brownies :) Anything with that much butter, coffee, chocolate AND peanut butter absolutely has to be good.

Zara looks gorgeous- as do the blossoms peeking out.

wayside wanderer said...

Oh yum, just look at those wonderful brownies. And let's hear it for spring!

MadMad said...

Spring is coming!

bluegirl said...

Pretty. Yummy. Finally.

Dragons Knitting Lace said...

I planted peonies in the front flowerbed of the house WE bought in November and found tulips.

Suzanne said...

We traveled South over Spring Break and I totally felt uplifted by the green grass, leaves and buds on trees.

sapphireblue said...

Good job on the colorwork.

KindredSpirit said...

Nice to find your blog - I have just started knitting! It's great.

Andy and Deb said...

mmmm one of those brownies, knitting or even a good book, a huge cup of tea and curled up under that tree for the day....Perfect!

From All Stitched Up said...

I like Zara and of course spring can't come soon enough!!!!

faith76 said...

Like the colour work. I'm doing some colour work which is a first time for me and I'm making an owl shape cushion for my little girl. Excited about how it's taking shape.

Victoria said...

More lovely pics. I could do with a bit of that brownie with this cup of tea. x

ali @ skeins her way said...

Your peanut swirl brownies just made me start salivating...

I can't wait to see some blossoms start peeking out up here! We're still covered in inches of snow after this week's spring storm, but the sun has been shining and I couldn't be happier about it!! Yay Spring!!

stitching under oaks said...

great colorwork...not sure which is my favorite. I love them all for a variety of reasons....but of course chocolate and peanute butter is a fabulous combination! Enjoy your weekend!

Erica said...

I have been living vicariously through others pictures of spring blooms lately...it feels like we'll never get there this year. Thanks for sharing yours!

Lucette said...

I can't wait for the blossoms to start here too. mmm brownies--decidant and good.

Ness said...

You remind me that I must make fudge. :) I hope the weather tips back over 35 degrees next week so we can get some spring blossoms too! What beautiful knitting!

Ally Johnston said...

Yay for blues skies and Spring in the air.

Z of ZKNITZ said...

i really like the pattern in the hat. it looks very hard, but really nice to look at.

i would love a brownie, but i'm trying to cut down on sweets. enjoy!

Erin Wallace said...

Oooo! How does one make peanut swirl brownies?! And also, what a lovely hat.

Beth said...

Lovely.
I've been watching the "colorwork" pop up in my garden and am so excited it's spring. Thanks for sharing.

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

I'm excited about all three.

Larissa said...

Colors that satisfy the spirit and the belly - so very good!

ColorSlut said...

The color work is so nice. Great looking hat. Did you eat the brownies all weekend??

Andig said...

I am going to have to try that recipe! Love the colorwork you have going on!

jayayceeblog said...

Every one of those pictures is fabulous, but I'd kill for a brownie about now!

Chandramouli S said...

Brownies! Ahhh! My empty stomach's grumbling. Arrgghhh! I'm fasting today so I can't have one :(
I like the border that follows the rib.

molly said...

Ina's brownies are our go-to brownies, and have been for a decade. I had NO idea she'd done them up in peanut butter.

Oh. My.