I hope that everyone in the U.S. is enjoying a very safe Independence Day. I had went to a wonderful family birthday party for my beautiful Mom and my pretty niece who is turning 4. It was a sunny, warm, clear afternoon with one of those perfect breezes that keep the bugs away.
Now I am back home, achy from my little excursion, and looking forward for an evening of watching National displays of patriotism while I knit. Ray will be watching baseball. These quiet, simple pleasures are who we really are.
I finished the nanner socks a few days ago. I finally took some pictures. The blocker that I have on one sock is made from a coat hanger. I only have one because I need to find another plastic coated, wire hanger. I must say that I am quite pleased with the way that this pair of socks turned out and I really learned a lot while making them. I owe a big thank-you to Wendy Johnson who designed the pattern for her fellow plurkers.That's all for this post. I wish you all the happiest of Independence Weekends! Celebrate safely please!