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Warm Summer Days…In May

At least, I am hoping that 90 degrees is as hot as we get this summer.  It has been nice for sitting outside in the early evenings to smell the honeysuckle blossoms and wave to the neighbors. Many of us have already started the southerner’s summer ritual: work indoors during the heat of the day and come out in the early evening to walk the dog, work in our yards, or sit under the shade of a tree and drink iced tea.  Here, Emma is picking oak tails out of Juliette’s fur…so cute!


I’ve been swatching some lace patterns from The Encyclopedia Of Crochet by Donna Kooler

This one is called Spiderweb Lace.  I like it.
And I finally received Kim Guzman’s Learn To Do Tunisian Lace Stitches. I have been contemplating the beautiful Bobbles In Blue Throw from that book. I think it would make a nice baby blanket….

5 thoughts on “Warm Summer Days…In May

  1. I'm sitting here in MA with two sweaters on. Nice spring weather, but I still keep my sweaters handy 😉 Enjoy your warm weather with your cuties 🙂

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