Category Archives: christmas

Getting the tree.

We got a Christmas tree. It’s always so much fun! This year the tree farm had a huge, plastic tube for the kids to crawl through. I think Edda and Walter might have enjoyed that more than picking out our … Continue reading

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Top secret.

If you’re on ravelry, check these out in my notebook. Otherwise, you’ll have to wait until after Christmas. ‘Tis the season to be sneaky!

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Things I Love

(Welcome back back to blogging, me! I missed this.) In no specific order: New guinea pigs: Cinnamon and Biscuit Knitting this dress for a baby girl on the way (not mine.) Pattern here. This doily (in Noro Silk Garden Sock) … Continue reading

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It’s Santa!

I made a little, toy Santa Claus for Edda. Actually, it’s for Christmas decorating but Edda doesn’t really understand that… So it is now Edda’s Santa. At least, until she forgets about it and I pack it into the Christmas … Continue reading

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Mom’s Christmas Scarf

I finished this scarf before Christmas… you know, because it was a Christmas gift for my mom. I think she really liked it! The pattern was really easy to memorize, even for a novice crocheter like me. (I’ve been crocheting … Continue reading

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delicious sticky buns

I know I have mentioned the book Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day on here before, but just in case case you haven’t been convinced that you need it, I present to you this photo of our breakfast on … Continue reading

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making cookies with my girl

Somehow I forgot to take a photo of the finished cookies. You’ll have to use your imagination… we put green, powdered sugar icing on them. They are cute and tasty! Edda really enjoyed helping me make them, too. It was … Continue reading

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