Oh it has been a whirlwind couple of weeks. Matt & I made the big decision to move to Minneapolis & last week we put an offer on this sweet 1931 tudor revival.
#229 - Could this be the one?
Our offer was accepted so now its the rush of getting everything for a mortgage, home owners insurance & moving quotes. We are looking forward to getting there in October & setting up our first house together.

On top of that I’m teaching a clapoltis class at Noe Knit. Which means I had to start a new one just to refresh my memory of the pattern.
#232 - clapotis class
I’m doing this one only scarf width & with a ribbon & mohair together (it was something I had around). The mohair is making the drop stitches stick alittle but it is still turning out sweet.

Finally the bbq window is almost ready to go up this week.
#235 - knit cheeseburger & corn on the cob & I can get back to knitting things that are a little more usable.

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12 Comments to whirlwind
    • Abigail
    • What a lovely house! I’m so jealous in a good way. Do you have a knitting room waiting for you?

      Good luck with the move and all the things that go with it.

      I just moved and the average price per pound is 60 cents. Start tossing junk now! I saved a small fortune in the process and gained another in the yard sales. Not to mention how much was donated to Thrift stores.

      Have fun:D

    • Diana
    • It’s a wonderful house!!! Very jealous here! It’s quaint/perfect!!
      Will you have a knit shop in Minneapolis?
      I can’t wait to see your BBQ window! I want to show it to my husband too. He does BBQ for Boy Scouts fundraiser. The have a huge smoker. I’m afraid though he may want me to start knitting food for him!!!!

    • Anne
    • Congratulations! I love the new house – it’s so quaint looking! And it’s been so long since I recall seeing something besides veggies and hot dogs *grin* very nice start on the shawl!

    • Anonymous
    • Congrats on the new home! You will have to figure out how to do the windows at the store by mail 🙂 Terry

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