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Friday, February 27, 2009

Grease for the Squeeky Wheels

For all you out there that must have pictures, I thought I'd grease the wheel.

So this is the floor in the kitchen. Tiles are real, with real mortar and real grout. It was fun to help hubby, I mostly cleaned up and he did the actual hard work! I'm looking for a before picture...hold on.
Here's a sample of the old peel 'n' stick linoleum that was in the kitchen. The black dots are the staples used to hold down a thin layer of plywood underneath.

Finished making the bread while hubby worked on moving and putting in the lights. I've also been knitting the last two days! I'm making a shawl and thought you'd like to see it.
Click on it to see a bigger image. It's called the Weaver's Wool Mini Shawl...all the others I've seen on ravelry have been mainly solid or in chunks of stripes, but nothing like mine!

Have a good day and don't forget to be a blessing!


Hippie Housewife said...

Beautiful tile! What a difference it makes.

That is such a lovely shawl. :)

bunches of yarn said...

Lovely cape. It reminds me of those worn by women in the Civil War Re-enactments. I like how yours looks fuller and would more area than the one in the link. You did a great job. ^__^

Cara said...

I was just looking for a shawl pattern like this! I wanted more shape than just a triangle. Looks wonderful, going to have to try it.