Tuesday, October 27, 2015

WOYWW

Hello everyone!   I'm joining in with Julia over at Stamping GroundPeople from places near and far show their desks and what they are working on.  Julia has a full explanation of WOYWW on her blog HERE.

Remember the sweater that I mentioned last week?  I decided to pick it back up and see how far I get before my big vacation.  Wish me luck!  So, my workdesk is my comfy chair and my lap.
Now isn't that a pile of yarn!!  I'm actually hoping I find all of the yarn.  I used one of those "space saver" bags and took all the air out of my yarn.  Tee hee.
Here's a photo of some flowers I spotted.  Can you see the bee on one of them?

As always I will visit those that visit me (please leave your number) and those ending in the same number as me.

Peace,
Kay

15 comments:

Annie said...

It looks like we've both been having knitty fun Kay....it's about all I can do to keep out of the builders way [but not for much longer now wahoooooo].
Have a great week.
Hugs,
Annie x # 9

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

#29 before I forget ! Pretty shades of gray and if you were in Iowa it would be a good day to bundle up with that yarn. High winds, rain and gloom temps have dropped to low 40's. So it's a much appreciated inside day for me. Even though the place is chaos. Thanks for sharing the pretty flowers too. Enjoy the week

Suzanne Alexis said...

What fun it must be to make your own clothes! Those flowers are so pretty, though I can't see the bee. Here in Chicago, our flowers are mostly all gone.

Suzanne #43

Fiona@Staring at the Sea said...

A nice cosy craft for when the evenings are drawing in. I enjoyed seeing the Autumn colours in your previous post. It's my favourite season.

Fiona #4

Sandy Leigh said...

Oh, if only I could actually knit a whole sweater! I've almost done a vest, but I put it down for year. A UFO now. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #39

jill said...

I used to knit loads when the children were little. I saw the little bee on the a flower to the left . Happy woyww Jill #45

Neet said...

Hi Kay
What pretty flowers (and I see the bee) you have taken for us but what a task you have set yourself with that wool. Hope you get to the end in time for what you want it for.
Hugs, Neet 17 xx

Shaz Brooks said...

Hi Kay, good luck sorting that yarn!Looks like one wrong pull and you'll have yourself an enormous knot!Beautiful flowers. Have a good week, hugs, Shaz xx

Angela Radford said...

I do wish you luck. It's ages since I did any knitting and I just love it especially when I am knitting the last bit and it's nearly finished!
Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 14

Nikki C said...

Blue Hair colour is only a wash out if I don't use hair spray expect a blue pillow case in the morning lol

Sue said...

Hi Kay, Enjoy your knitting?

Pretty flowers. This time of year we need all the colour we can find, otherwise it can be a bit dismal.

thanks for stopping by my blog.

Happy WOYWW
Sue #20

Wen Sylvestre said...

A comfy workdesk I say :) Enjoy making your sweater! And beautiful flowers... Happy belated WOYWW, Wen #54

Marit said...

I LOVE the colour of your sweater, good luck with the knitting! Thanks for stopping by my desk the other day, enjoy your weekend! Hug from Holland, Marit #30

Sofie Vandersmissen said...

Enjoy your knitting! I love the picture of the beautiful flowers!

Happy belated WOYWW!

Greetings, Sofie #44
http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be/

Tilly Tea Dance said...

Ooh i think i could be inspired by that picture to needle-felt the flowers and a bee! Thanks for stopping by my desk, happy belated WOYWW, Max #50