My swap package has arrived from Maryland, courtesy of Heather @ Getting Greener. She sent me a pint each of curried tomato jam and root relish. I've never tried anything of the sort, so I'm looking forward to it. They both seem like things that are good for warming up cold days, so I will put them aside with my other jars and we shall see come winter how we like them.
She also sent a baggie holder for plastic bags and two balls of Hap'i cotton yarn in the most wonderful sherbet-y color. I have not made many things with cotton, and although I love the color, both the color and the texture have me thinking "baby knits". Any recommendations for a baby pattern I can work up with 264 yards of lovely peachy aran weight cotton?
I might just make myself a hat. So there. The brioche hat. Yes... maybe.
Many thanks to Heather for my wonderful box of goodies and to Amanda for putting it all together! As is the case, each time I send off my box, I have new ideas of things I could have done. Maybe I just need to starting making and stashing, so I don't get caught in a rush again next time!
Update: In other news today, I was able to sit down for some lovely uninterrupted craft time and I got one more block of my farmer's wife sampler quilt started - and finished! This is ye old churn dash. What do you think?
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