color work

Friday, March 25, 2011

The one I am most excited about.
Have a beautiful weekend.

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30 comments

  1. I want one of those brownies...yum! Have a good weekend leslie!

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  2. Can't beat spring time pinks against spring time blues!

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  3. At present, I'm thinking I'd be most excited about those brownies :) Anything with that much butter, coffee, chocolate AND peanut butter absolutely has to be good.

    Zara looks gorgeous- as do the blossoms peeking out.

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  4. Oh yum, just look at those wonderful brownies. And let's hear it for spring!

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  5. Pretty. Yummy. Finally.

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  6. I planted peonies in the front flowerbed of the house WE bought in November and found tulips.

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  7. We traveled South over Spring Break and I totally felt uplifted by the green grass, leaves and buds on trees.

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  8. Good job on the colorwork.

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  9. Nice to find your blog - I have just started knitting! It's great.

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  10. mmmm one of those brownies, knitting or even a good book, a huge cup of tea and curled up under that tree for the day....Perfect!

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  11. I like Zara and of course spring can't come soon enough!!!!

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  12. Like the colour work. I'm doing some colour work which is a first time for me and I'm making an owl shape cushion for my little girl. Excited about how it's taking shape.

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  13. More lovely pics. I could do with a bit of that brownie with this cup of tea. x

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  14. Your peanut swirl brownies just made me start salivating...

    I can't wait to see some blossoms start peeking out up here! We're still covered in inches of snow after this week's spring storm, but the sun has been shining and I couldn't be happier about it!! Yay Spring!!

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  15. great colorwork...not sure which is my favorite. I love them all for a variety of reasons....but of course chocolate and peanute butter is a fabulous combination! Enjoy your weekend!

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  16. I have been living vicariously through others pictures of spring blooms lately...it feels like we'll never get there this year. Thanks for sharing yours!

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  17. I can't wait for the blossoms to start here too. mmm brownies--decidant and good.

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  18. You remind me that I must make fudge. :) I hope the weather tips back over 35 degrees next week so we can get some spring blossoms too! What beautiful knitting!

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  19. Yay for blues skies and Spring in the air.

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  20. i really like the pattern in the hat. it looks very hard, but really nice to look at.

    i would love a brownie, but i'm trying to cut down on sweets. enjoy!

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  21. Oooo! How does one make peanut swirl brownies?! And also, what a lovely hat.

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  22. Lovely.
    I've been watching the "colorwork" pop up in my garden and am so excited it's spring. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. I'm excited about all three.

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  24. Colors that satisfy the spirit and the belly - so very good!

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  25. The color work is so nice. Great looking hat. Did you eat the brownies all weekend??

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  26. I am going to have to try that recipe! Love the colorwork you have going on!

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  27. Every one of those pictures is fabulous, but I'd kill for a brownie about now!

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  28. Brownies! Ahhh! My empty stomach's grumbling. Arrgghhh! I'm fasting today so I can't have one :(
    I like the border that follows the rib.

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  29. Ina's brownies are our go-to brownies, and have been for a decade. I had NO idea she'd done them up in peanut butter.

    Oh. My.

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