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March 28, 2011

Making pottery...and socks...

My sister and her husband just arrived...pretty chandelier, huh? This place has all sorts of art classes and open studio FREE.
Juliana, my 5 year old niece, made a volcano!
Emma, my sister's 3 year old...painting her bowl.

Hannah took a picture of me working on the wheel.
A video of Olivia working on the wheel to make her bowl...
Heading home...what a pretty building Happen Inc has...Susanna bought the girls each a ceramic garden butterfly!
I finished my first sock...on Saturday!
Sunday after church, I worked on my 2nd sock...
I'm wore a necklace that used to be my grandmother's yesterday. I wish I knew where she got it...she passed away almost exactly 9 years ago. She was a knitter, too. She bought me and my sister yarn and knitting needles when she took us to Scotland.

9 comments:

Susanna said...

Hannah looks almost as tall as me in that picture!

Mimi said...

Congratulations on the socks!
I love the paint everywhere, even on faces!

Chris said...

Gram got that necklace in Morocco, I think it was in the old market in Marakesh. It looks great on you! SOunds like you all have been having a fun and busy spring!

Urban Girl - Heartfelt said...

Great necklace - what a cool heirloom!

Congrats on the socks also - it's wonderful to finish a knitting project!

GretchenJoanna said...

Your sock is fantastic! And thanks for the recipe. It looks yummy...I'm surprised that I never thought of making a pesto for Lent. My "regular" recipe has cheese in it and I just didn't get creative on that one...

Allison said...

the ceramics time looks like so much fun! i miss getting my hands dirty with clay.

your sock is great! i can't wait to see the pair of them when you're done!

Jane G Meyer said...

That sock is so adorable!!! Next winter I might get daring enough to try to knit a sock. Pray for me!

Jeannette said...

All lovely photos but I like the red socked foot and you in your grandmother's necklace especially.

willfulmina said...

Love that sock! Now I want to knit a red pair!