(Un)Finished Business

Finally, a new set of wheels.We walked into the Honda dealership on Saturday morning, two test drives, a cup of tea and some minor haggling later, we drove off the lot with our new little Civic. Who knew that T was such a good negotiator? Of course it helps when your salesman is a former Edmonton Eskimos football player and a CFL Hall of Famer. What are the chances?

Anyway, my Mother Bear Project bear is almost done. I just need to purchase some polyfil and get him stuffed. He was a very easy knit and I can't help but think about the child who will be getting my bear. I've made sure that lots of good wishes and kind thoughts were knit into every stitch.I've also cast on for a Presto Chango that will be going to T's godparent's very first grandson. They've already got four granddaughters but their first boy will be coming along in April up in Ottawa so this little sweater is for him and possibly a matching hat.I love Cotton Ease yarn for baby knits. Easy to care for, is soft and comes in lots of very nice, muted colours. This lime green isn't as bright as it looks.

Well, another weekend over. Hope you enjoy your new camera. The pics look great!



Katherine said...

That is a cool-looking car. Congratulations.

The Mother Bear Project is so dear - I can't wait to see your finished bear.

~RaenWa~ said...

Nice car love the color the Mother Bear Project is a great idea that Presto Chango is goregous looking I have a ton of Cotton Ease yarn love how it feels

Anonymous said...

Good to know that about Cotton Ease. I just finished two baby blankets for friends using Cotton Ease. I bought it thinking it's soft and it could be easily washed.