28 March 2012

WIP Wednesday - a meeting missed

Today was my fortnightly meeting of Knit Lits at Huntingdon Library, unfortunately I was unable to attend due to an accident on the A14.  After 45 mins sat hardly moving, I managed to get to a junction by 1:55pm where I could get off and go via another route, this would have taken ages and the meeting was due to start at 2pm, so I cut my losses and went home and spent the afternoon sitting in the garden knitting. I had been struggling with the fact that I would be shut indoors all afternoon so wasn't too disappointed.

Anyway, my In the Mood cardigan is nearly done, just 9 rows left of the front band, sew on a button, sew in a few ends, done

Whilst in the garden I planted some raspberry bushes, and checked out the greenhouse for some seed action

My boxes this year contain soft fruit -
raspberries, blueberries, black currants and strawberries



Dwarf beans

Sunflowers just poking through


  1. That sweater is amazing! I love the little details I can see...

  2. The sweater progress look wonderful. And, I'm seriously in envy of your garden. You're going to be eating good this summer!

  3. I love everything about that sweater!! It looks like a lot of fun to knit, and the color is GORGEOUS!

  4. i am in awe of your garden - that is some serious work going on there! Oh my poor neglected patch of earth!!!

  5. Whenever I get stuck in traffic I always imagine how Clarkson from Top Gear might say the name of all the cars around me, yeah, I know that's weird.

    I love seeing pictures of your lovely garden, they make me happy because I get to see how green it is there! I'm also so happy that you are so close to finishing your sweater, it is going to be amazingly beautiful!

  6. When I read this post yesterday, I just smiled thinking how my weekend was spent doing much the same. It's all looking great Sue. I can harly wait to see the cardigan in it's finished glory.

  7. Just how big IS your garden? It looks bigger every time I see a picture of it.


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