There have been lots of big changes these past few weeks...

I have set up my store on Hyena Cart, so hopefully I will be able to stock some custom slots and in stock items soon!

Check it out here.

I am also going back to school in the fall, so I am busy finishing up a correspondence course this summer.

Here is my most recent FO - Ky Baby Knits' This is How Much I Love You with Pink on BBR. I battled pooling with them, but eventually got the colourway to cooperate fairly well.

I'm working on another KBK colourway right now - Edward, inspired by my vampire love :). I hope to have completed pics of those soon!


.my first stocking.

I am pleased to announce that Teenie Knits will be celebrating July birthdays with Paula of Yarnoodles on Friday, July 10!

In addition to the wonderful yarn she is stocking, some of my WAHM friends are offering handspun fiber and other knit items.

My contribution is a pair of Olivia Pants, and a YYMN slot using any Yarnoodles yarn purchased during the stocking!

This week I also finished a set for a dear friend of mine. This is Ky Baby Knits' "Breaking Dawn" on Marr Haven Rambouillet. I loved knitting it up, especially since it reminded me of the Twilight series.

Cargo pants were knit with a ribbed elastic waistband, linen stitch cuffs, and X and O cables on the pockets.

I knit this cute little shrug with the remaining yarn. I think it was the perfect way to make it a little more girly!


.Happy Canada Day.

July 1 is Canada Day up here in the Great White North - and our town puts on the cutest little parade. Last year I was working during it, so I wasn't able to go. This year I jumped at the chance for our family to go and take it in!

The weather was perfect - hot, with just a little breeze. We headed to the corner of our street (which joins up with main street) and set up our chairs and waited with anticipation.

The procession included members of town council, our town royalty, classic cars, businesses, and home-decorated bikes and wagons. So fun!

And yes, no Canadian parade is complete without Mounties and a Zamboni!