Just a quick little update today for finished works. My pattern is completely done being written. I am just waiting to hear back from testers and then I will publish it!
This week, I got back to crocheting monsters. After working on the ear warmer pattern for so long, it was so nice to get back to what I really love. I finished the Lark, pictured below, and am almost done with another One-Eyed Spike. I just have to attach felt to the eye and wait for a better time of day to take pictures.
Pattern for Lark is by Stacey Trock.
Twice this week, the kids and I have gone on walks. The weather here in Montana has been unseasonably warm. On Monday, we met with a group of friends, since many of them had the day off for Martin Luther King Day, and we went for a walk along the Clark Fork and then visited the local carousel. It was fun to get out for the day and have fun walking.
I forgot that I had my phone with me on our second walk for the day to take pictures. It was Greenough Park, a little more woodsy, and the kids, dog and I had a fun time exploring and pretending we were out in the wilds. You can almost imagine it when you are there; imagine that there aren’t houses and roads just beyond the trees. That’s one of the things I love about living in Montana. Quick and easy access to nature. We definitely have to go back to Greenough Park, because we found a neat lean-to structure that someone had put up using the fallen trees from the area.
Here are some of the pictures from Caras Park and the Missoual Carousel. I need to start remembering to bring my actual camera when I go out!
We found a neat little rock structure on the side of the Clark Fork river.
It is impossible to get these two to pose nicely for a picture.
As always, thanks for stopping by. I will let you know when the ear warmer pattern is ready.