Made some dishcloths for my grandmother. I love this pattern – so quick, easy and impressive.
Nothing too exciting this past weekend. Brewed a double batch of beer with Corey for the Holyoke Canoe Homebrew Competition, and used our new counter-flow wort chiller, so that was cool.
Also started some baby hats for Meaghan’a baby, Julia. Sadly I don’t have any pictures yet, but these are the colors I’m using:
They’re going to be super adorable!
Just got back from a nice day out in Boston. We started at the Homebrew Emporium in Cambridge to pick up a few ingredients for brewing on Sunday, and then continued on into town.
We had a very lovely lunch at Fire and Ice:
We decided to drive back through Boston to get to the waterfront rather that trying to manage our way back and forth (we knew we’d be coming home late-ish). There was a lot of traffic, so we got some nice pictures:
This is why we were there:
But we came in a bit early, so we walked down to the Harpoon brewery with hopes of doing a tour, but they were all sold out.
I didn’t take any pictures at the concert because I was having too much fun, but we did get a good one going back over the bridge on the way home:
All in all I was a great day, and the rain even held off until we were half way home!
Last week we were on our vacation in Vermont. We did a beer tour of some of the great breweries they have up there! Here are a few photos of the things we saw:
It was a great trip, but quite tiring. Loved every minute of it!
Hey! I’m still around, I’ve just been crazy busy trying to get everything in order. Yupp, it took well over a year for everything to fall into place, but it’s all looking good now. :)
In case you’re wondering what I’ve been working on, it’s this:
That’s a sock for Corey! I’m at the heel flap on the second one. :)
Regia Snowflake yarn on size 1 4-in Knitpicks Sunstruck.