PHOTO-A-DAY: Day 16

Some see yarn, I see endless possibility and hours of entertainment.
01.16.13 | potential
Some see yarn, I see endless possibility and hours of entertainment.

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Other photos from today are below. Take a look and let me know which is your favorite.

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Too. Much. Rain.
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These remind me of those rolled up bales of hay you see in the fall.

13 Replies to “01.16.13 | potential +”

      1. I’m using 8s, and my material is bullet proof. I’m a super tight knitter though. I probably should have gone up to 10, which would be 8 for a normal person.

  1. Wouldn’t it be nice to see colorful bales of hay like that in the fields on the way to the cider mill? Love the colors. I have never heard of the yarn. I will have to look it up. It looks very soft and I want to touch it and I can’t.

    1. That would be amazing to see colorful hay bales! The yarn is great so far. I swatched with it last night and it seems like the sweater I’m going to make for my daughter will be really nice.

  2. Reblogged this on blaskeydailylife and commented:
    Julie’s potential is so beautiful – my house is so full of potential that it looks cluttered. Well, the kids are living in another state so I am spending less time with them. I am starting to tackle my clutter but I will certainly keep the potential. I know it will look different than Julie’s. To each his own – it is like favorites (the Stride Rite Shoe blog) – it looks different for each person and my favorite is mine and I really don’t care whether it is a favorite of someone else. Well done, Julie!

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