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Monday, August 26, 2013

Tea With Jam and Bread

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Or Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting, as I've been thinking of it!  Camp Loopy Project 3 is all finished, which means I've completed all the projects for Camp Loopy 2013 and I get the free yarn!  Yeah!

I used Spud and Chloe's Sweater yarn in Ice Cream (ivory) and Popsicle (red).  I used 3 skeins of the Ice Cream and 5 skeins of the Popsicle, but I only needed a tiny bit of that fifth skein.  (I'm still REALLY glad I listened to my gut and ordered it a couple of weeks ago.)  I followed the pattern, but I used a different stripe pattern instead of the big stripes in the original design.

I love the way this came out.  It's big and slouchy and will look cute with skinny jeans.

Today is also the first day of school around most of the DFW area, so be sure to slow down in the school zones.  Caleb is still running with me (as is Logan), so this morning we were out there before the sun came up, getting in our run.  Caleb and I both have reflective stuff on our clothes and I'm going to swing by PetSmart to see if I can pick up a reflective harness for Logan this morning.  He's light colored, but I think reflective would be better, seeing as in a couple of weeks it will still be dark when we come home from a run.  Right now it's dark when we start, but we get to see the sunrise while we're out running.  I've never been a morning person, but running has meant I get to see more sunrises.  It's kind of nice being out there that early when there are so few other people up and about.  Seeing a beautiful sunrise is just a bonus reward for climbing out of bed so early.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous LeAnn in Spokane said...

I love your sweater - I would never have used the pattern with the stripes as is but your "morphing" stripes are great.
I'm also inspired by your success with running - you can do it pretty much year-round in your area. Once the snow is on the ground here in Spokane only the most hard-core runners (my daughter is one of those)run on the icy roads.

10:12 AM  
OpenID meezermeowmy said...

I was in Ft Worth in July for our granddaughter's funeral, and it was HOT! I certainly understand starting a run before sunrise.

The sweater is simply beautiful - congrats!

11:43 AM  
Blogger Kim said...

The sweater is gorgeous. I enjoyed your posts with its progress. You are inspiring.

5:21 PM  

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