Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Asheville in April


Quick Sock Yarn Scarf
Found this free pattern on-line. I didn't use sock yarn like the name says; I used Cascade Eco Wool, which is much heavier. The detail of the scarf is very pretty although you can't tell it from the picture.
I know you shouldn't take pictures while you're driving, but it's been so long since I saw a nice dusting of snow I couldn't resist.
I was on my way home from Asheville, NC last Saturday after having spent a wonderful week visiting a dear friend of mine.
When I arrived last Saturday it was a beautiful spring day, but it gradually got colder & colder as the week went on. There was a blizard (not really) Friday night & we awoke to this nice little amount of snow. Too pretty...







5 comments:

Yarn Collectors Anonymous said...

Ohhhh.....I wish we had snow!!! I know you had a GREAT time!!!

tonni said...

I've been wishing for snow for the past 7 years since our move because we have great hills for snow play :) It hasn't come...

Alley said...

Hey hon, I'm out replying to comments (I hate that blogger won't let me reply through e-mail).. I wanted to say thank you so much for your comments about my Leftovers vest! I'm really please with how it is coming out (mistakes and all).. and I've definitely been learning a lot with it! LOL aobut frogging.. I take it you've done some frogging a time or two too? =o) Not my favorite part of the experience.. but maybe the dislike of it will help me be more careful. Hope you are having a wonderful week! Love your pictures. =o)

Anonymous said...

The snow pics are beautiful! You need to update nudge nudge so I can get to know you better for better stuff wink wink :)
Hurricane Sock Pal :)

Emily said...

I am sure that snow is gone by now!

Also:
When I moved my new site, the Alabama Knitblogger page moved too! The new link is here:
http://alknitters.yarnmiracle.com/
The old page is set to redirect, so if you can't correct your links for a couple days don't panic.
Have a great weekend!