Saturday, November 15, 2014
So we are big Doctor Who fans here. Each has there favorite Doctor. My oldest is the 4th Doctor (played by Tom Baker). The 4th is the one who wore the famous scarf. The scarf was orginally 12 feet long that stretched to 20. It's all garter stitch and I can imagine the weight of 12 feet of scarf would stretch quite a bit. Anyway my son has been begging for The Scarf. So I bought yarn and started. This is all I have done
Friday, November 14, 2014
And that's the problem with free patterns. Now I know pattern writing is hard, I've done it. I check and redo many times. Though sometimes you come across patterns that make no sense what so ever.
Case in point
Saturday, November 8, 2014
Thursday, November 6, 2014
I went to blog today and I found my Halloween post. It seems something was amiss and it never posted, just saved. Oh well. With Christmas being jammed down our throats already let's reminisce a little.
Doctor Who and Paw Patrol starring my kiddies
Everyone except Hubby is a fan of the Doctor in our house.
Here's my oldest dressed as The Doctor (number 11-Matt Smith)
Here is my second oldest as a Weeping Angel.
Here is my second youngest as the TARDIS in a not great pic (hubby's fault)
And the baby. My little MJ as Marshall from Paw Patrol.
It was a fun trick or treating. Several adults understood the Doctor Who theme and made my kids night. Especially the last two houses.
All in all pretty good. All costumes cost around fifty bucks total. Good thing I'm crafty. These days you can't buy 1 okay costume for that price.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
So my girls are starting to really get into knitting. Especially my youngest. She finished her second thing she ever knitted. A hat. A freaking hat. She just dove right in the deep end.
Yes she has a wierd face. We were on a field tripand they gave the kids about ten minutes to eat. So she's half eating in the picture.
Here's a picture of the two of them from three nights ago working on their hats