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August 26, 2012

A lot to show ....

There's a lot to show. We went on vacation, two whole weeks, and that means lots of stitching/knitting time.
Mystery #28 is finished. The name I've given it is Lucy in the Sky.
I finished the top of A Whimsical Christmas. This quilt is composed by the monthly ornaments of LHN, stitched last year.
The second part of Many Years Ago is finished. 
Mary Wigham has progress. And that is very special, because I only can stitch on her on bright summerdays. Outside.
Another shawl is casted on, Gail. Or, my version: NightinGail.
Together with a dear friend I sewed a jacket.
And there is progress on the Fair Isle Shawl, Red Wine. 
And during all this I enjoyed my vacation, seeing lots of Bonn, Cologne and the beautiful area of Westerwald, Germany.


heike said...

Your work are super, Joke. And the pics too.
And you was near by me, i live near cologne.

Hugs, Heike

Christine said...

Nou Joke, je bent weer aan een vakantie toe met zoveel activiteiten die je klaar hebt of verder gevorderd bent.
Wat een mooie foto´s van jullie vakantie, das echt genieten ja en het weer zat jullie ook gelukkig mee.
Het jasje is zo leuk geworden en wat fijn dat je hulp hebt gekregen.
Ik hoop dat je haar in de herfst aan kan en de vakantie pondjes kwijt bent.
Veel liefs Chrissie

Pauline said...

Two weeks of holiday, so much work done and have time to make beautiful pictures and proove that you where really there, being on the pictures.

Deb said...

lovely work! Your suit case must have been stuffed full! Beautiful pictures.

Giovanna said...

Lots of lovely knitting and stitching, well done! And very nice pics of your vacation.

Christine said...

Wow, you've done so much, and it is all beautiful!
Great holiday pictures too

Corina said...

Je handwerk had ik al wel gezien, mooie vakantiefoto's! Groetjes, Corina

Claire said...

Lovely photos

Jeanne said...

Oh what lovely projects! I loved your photos of Germany...looks like Schonbrunn Palace and Cologne Cathedral among others. Oh how i wish I was going back there...went to Europe twice when I was younger and single..but my husband is not interested in going unfortunately!