Hey again- it seems we're finally getting some warmer weather. It does feel more like May now, although we're almost in June. Can you believe it?
We had a great day out on Saturday at Christie's Antique show. This is twice a year, and as far as it goes, is one of the better local places to go for antiques. Again, you need to be educated about what you're buying, as technically, to qualify, an antique is 100 years old, unless it's a car. To get by this, many vendors sell collectibles, which can qualify as TAT. Still, there's alot to see, and the weather was perfect.
I spent the majority of Sunday weeding, and planting. My rose bush didn't make it, but my clematis is growing great. I may have some blooms. We have to overhaul the pond, as the liner has a leak- and I am adding some Sandcherry and things to fill in some holes. I got lots of lavender too.
Stripe Study- not really much to be said about it, except I love knitting with handspun. Photosynthesis shawl, which has been in my Ravelry queue since forever. This is in my favorite laceweight, from Kim at The Woolen Rabbit..This is in Whisper which she doesn't carry anymore, and the colour is Iris- lime green with shades of purple. There's also a whackload of lime rainbow seed beads added. I really liked this pattern, and I love most things with leaves- so I'm happy with this.
Three Waters Farm BFL in "Honeybee". This will be enough for a sweater.