Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Lovely Pink Mermaid

I'm currently knitting Lucia from Imagine Knit Designs. This is the photo from the pattern; I'll post a photo of mine when it's finished!

I'm using Mermaid from Universal Yarn in color #40601, a lovely shade of pink, of course! I am loving this yarn; it's a scrumptious blend of Pima Cotton-42%, Seacell-11%, Silk-12% and Super Wash Merino-35%. It's super nice to knit with.

I'll be teaching the class this winter for the Lucia sweater. Stop by the shop and check it out!

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Donavan's Kayak Paddle Scarf

Here's a quick and easy pattern that Naked Sheep customer, Donavan, whipped up with just one skein of Rustic from Casacde Yarns.

Pattern Stitches
Seed Stitch:
All Rows - (Knit 1, purl 1) repeat to the last stitch, knit 1.

5x5 Rib:
Row 1 - Knit 5, purl 5, knit 5, purl 5, knit 5.
Row 2 - Purl 5, knit 5, purl 5, knit 5, purl 5.
Repeat rows 1 and 2.

Using size 8 needles, cast on 25 stitches.

Work in seed stitch for about 14".

Work in 5x5 rib for about 14", or desired length.

Work in seed stitch for about 14".

Bind-off and weave in ends! Thanks Donavan!!!

Monday, October 12, 2009

Calling All Book Group Groupies!

September’s book was The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. It’s an unforgettable story about the ability of books to feed the soul. It will cause readers to ponder the implications of being at war and all the emotions that come into play.

As taken from the Publisher's Review:
"It's just a small story really, about among other things: a girl, some words, an accordionist, some fanatical Germans, a Jewish fist-fighter, and quite a lot of thievery. Set during World War II in Germany, Zusak's groundbreaking new novel is the story of Liesel Meminger, a foster girl living outside of Munich. Liesel scratches out a meager existence for herself by stealing when she encounters something she can't resist…books!! With the help of her accordion-playing foster-father, she learns to read and shares her stolen books with her neighbors during bombing raids as well as with the Jewish man hidden in her basement before he is marched to Dachau. The narrator is Death himself, a companionable if sarcastic fellow, who travels the globe 'handing souls to the conveyor belt of eternity.' "

Everyone present at book group gave a great big Baaaaaaa!
(Remember, Baa = good/Bleat = not so good)

October’s book selection is The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold. We’ll be meeting at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop on Friday, October 23rd from 6:30-8:30pm. Want to read ahead? November's book is The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger and December's book is My Life in France by Julia Child.

Friday, October 9, 2009

I Love Knitting with Wire and Beads!

I took the Beaded Bracelet Class with LaVon last much fun!!! And look at the fun and sparkly bracelet I made...I love it! And I just love knitting with wire and beads!

We had a full class...8 chatty and enthusiastic students! I want to take another class with these same women; we had such a great time knitting, laughing, drinking wine and spilling beads on the floor. (Thanks for vacumming up our mess, Judy!)

I ended up buying all my supplies at Beads Forever on 35th and Hawthorne...what a great shop! I received excellent customer service there, after a not-so-great experience at a bead shop nearer to my neighborhood.

We'll definitely be offering this class again at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop, and you should definitely sign up for it. Thanks, LaVon, for teaching me something new!

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Cheri's Checkboard Scarf

I knit this scarf using Datura Fiber Arts Superwash Merino Wool in this lovely pumpkin color. So soft and yummy!!! I used a size 7 needle and got about 4.5 stitches to the inch.

Cast on 36 stitches. Knit 6 rows.

Next row: Knit 9, purl 6, knit 6, purl 6, knit 9.
Next row: Knit 3, purl 6, knit 6, purl 6, knit 6, purl 6, knit 3.
Repeat last 2 rows 3 more times.

Next row: Knit 3, purl 6, knit 6, purl 6, knit 6, purl 6, knit 3.
Next row: Knit 9, purl 6, knit 6, purl 6, knit 9.
Repeat last 2 rows 3 more times.

Repeat the last 16 rows to desired length of scarf. Knit 6 rows. Bind off.


Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Last Tuesday, LaVon had a new Learn to Knit class. To encourage her new students, she wrote on the top of the dry-erase board in the classroom:

You are the BOSS of your knitting!

Today is the second week for the Learn to Knit students. During the past week, several creative customers and employees here at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop added comments under Lavon's original sentence. Here is what her students will see on the board tonight:

You are the BOSS of your knitting!
You are the knit of your bossing!
You are the bliss of your knotting!
You are naughty and bossy!
I love all my knotty knitters!
Knitter’s love my naughty boss!

This makes me smile...

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

New Yarns!!!

Yippee!!! Our friendly UPS driver, Dave, just delievered 4 big ol' boxes from Universal Yarn! Let me tell you about the 3 new yarns in those boxes...

Mermaid is a lovely blend of pima cotton, seacell, silk and superwash merino that knits up at 4-5 stitches to the inch. We have all 8 gorgeous colors! I'm going to knit the Ti Amo Wing Shawl using the pink...stop by and check it out!

Classic Chunky Tweed is a machine washable blend of wool, viscose and acrylic that knits up at 3-3.75 stitches to the inch. We have all 9 rich and tweedy colors! This would make a nice winter sweater for Brad...

Classic Worsted Tweed is the same washable blend as the chunky, but it knits up at 4-5 stitches to the inch. It comes in the same great 9 colors, and will make a nice matching sweater for Riley!

Thanks Dave!

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

In remembrance of Gayle Nybakken

Many of you knew Gayle Nybakken, who was a constant fixture here at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop for several years. Gayle came to us as a very new knitter, and her skills improved dramatically during her time spent here.

We loved Gayle's quick wit, her interesting stories (what a life she led!) and her honesty. At times we had to remind her that not everyone felt exactly as she did on every subject, but she was one who could take it just as well as she could dish it out!

Earlier this year, Gayle was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma; which was attacking her bones. In her words, her bones were turning to sponges. It was a sad day when she could no longer knit. Gayle's daughter, Lisa, said that her mom "loved going to the knit shop - it was her favorite thing to do".

When we found out about Gayle's cancer, we decided to knit up 9 x 9 squares to assemble into a lap blanket for her. We chose a merino wool and cashmere blend, and the result is the beautiful shawl she is wearing in the photo. Thanks to everyone who contributed. Her daughter Lisa said that the shawl never left her mom's shoulders!

Gayle died peacefully on Tuesday, September 1 at 3am. There will be a memorial service on Wednesday, September 16 around 6pm. Exact details to follow; which Lisa has asked me to share with everyone at the knit shop. She also mentioned that the shawl we made with love for Gayle has been a great comfort to her since her mom's passing.

Please feel free to post your thoughts, a funny story or whatever you'd like under comments. Let's share our memories of Gayle...

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Simple Style

One of the projects I'm currently knitting up for myself is the Offset Raglan Cardigan from Simple Style. First of all, this is a really great book! Ann Budd has done a fabulous job of compiling a group of very talented designers! There are 19 designs in all, and quite a few that I'm interested in making for myself.

Secondly, I am in love with the yarn that I'm using. It's Venezia Worsted from Cascade Yarns. This blend of merino wool and silk is so easy to knit with. The silk gives the yarn a really beautiful sheen and drape, and the merino wool is so soft and squishy! I'm using color #112, Pink Lady...are you surprised?!

We have both the book and the yarn at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop. Stop by and check them out!

I'll post a picture soon...

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Fall Knit-A-Long

Hey all you Portland Knitters…we’ll be kicking off our Fall Knit-A-Long at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop on Saturday, September 12 from 12-3pm. Our theme for the fall is “gotta love those cables”; and here are the 3 choices…

Twist and Shout
Nubby Cardigan
The Cable Sampler Scarf

Purchase your yarn for the knit-a-long at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop, and get 25% off the needles and accessories for your knit-a-long projects!

I've already started The Cable Sampler Scarf using Bambool in hot pink. It's lovely.

I'm going to start Twist and Shout on the 12th...just have to decide on the yarn...too many choices!

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

The Naked Sheep has a new sign!

The Naked Sheep Knit Shop has a beautiful new sign! Stop by the shop and check it out!

Atomic Pizza got their new sign at the same time; and it looks great, too!

I think it's a good day for pizza and some knitting...see you soon!!!

Friday, August 7, 2009

Sock Summit is here!!!'s been fun building up to Sock Summit. Now that it's here, it's super fun just listening to all the buzz from my customers at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop. People seem to be really enjoying the classes, as well as wandering around the marketplace.

We just received new sock yarn from Aslan Trends...Santa 11 beautiful colorways. This merino wool and polyamide blend is machine washable, and super soft!
And JUST THIS MORNING, we received new kettle-dyed sock yarn from Datura Fiber Arts. 12 vibrant colors in superwash merino wool and 3 more subtle colors in a merino wool/silk blend. Oh my...this is some really lovely yarn! Thank you Bob and Meghan for sharing your incredible yarn dyeing talents with us!

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

My Summer Knitting

Baby it’s “hot” outside, but don’t neglect the urge to knit! There are plenty of cool and lovely summer fibers and trendy patterns to choose from!

I’m currently working on the Diminishing Ribs Cardigan using Panda from Universal Yarn. I love the drape and sheen of this 100% bamboo yarn!

I’m also knitting Something Red by Knit and Tonic for our Saturday Knit-A-Long at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop using Cable Cotton from Elsebeth Lavold. I love this super soft cotton yarn!

And I just cast on stitches for the Cable Sampler Scarf I'll be teaching this fall using Bambool from Elsebeth Lavold. Guess which color I'm using in this super shiny, squishy bamboo and wool blend?

Pick up those sticks and create! What are YOU knitting?

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Night Ride 2009

What an awesome ride we had last Saturday!!! Several of us from The Naked Sheep Knit Shop participated in The Night Ride. It all started at Union Station with costume judging. Then we traveled across the Broadway Bridge and up Interstate/Mississippi (this is where I caught up with our group)/Albina to Ainsworth and then along Willamette Blvd to the Peninsula Crossing Trail. There was entertainment all along the way, and lots of support and encouragement from the sidelines!

The first stop was at the beginning of the trail with Filmed by Bike movies and popcorn. Then we were off to the Columbia Slough Trail. This was the part of the ride that really freaked me out last year, but this year I was better prepared with more light (including one on my helmet) and my support team!

Jenn and Dan

Bunny and Craig

And Brad, of course!

Our second stop was a Disco Party and All-You-Can-Eat Candy at Schmeer and Vancouver. My favorite part at this stop were the girls with the glow-in-the-dark hoola hoops! Then up Vancouver and back to the train station for our final stop, All-You-Can-Eat Donuts!

Thanks everyone for a fun ride! And thanks for representing The Naked Sheep!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

So many prizes, so little time...

We have received so many fabulous and generous donations from our vendors and neighborhood businesses! We have over $1500 in prizes to give away during our big 4th Anniversary Sale and Celebration at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop!

Make sure you stop by to see us this Thursday, July 2 through Sunday, July 5. Besides all the goodies you'll have a chance to win, we are having a gigantic sale! You do not want to miss it! Come CELEBRATE with us! We made it 4 years!

A great big THANK YOU to our wonderful neighbors:

Atomic Pizza
Beaterville Cafe
DiPrima Dolci Italian Bakery
Pause Kitchen and Bar
The Hop & Vine
Trixies Beauty Bar

And also much thanks to our generous vendors:

Bryson Distributing
Cascade Yarns
Knit, Sew, Purl, What?
Lantern Moon
R&M West Coast Enterprises
Stitch Jones
Universal Yarn

And thanks to you, for your support of the sheep; and for stopping by this weekend to help us celebrate our big anniversary!

Monday, June 29, 2009

Happy 4th Anniversary!!!

Happy 4th Anniversary to The Naked Sheep Knit Shop! It's been 4 fun and fabulous years, and we are ready to celebrate for 4 days!

EVERYTHING in the shop will be on sale; some things up to 75% off!

And we have TONS of stuff to giveaway! We'll be handing out incredible prizes everyday; and we'll have our big drawings at the end of the weekend.

Hope to see you this weekend!

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Crock Pot Luck

Join us for Knit Nite and our first Crock Pot Luck, tonight at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop. We'll be knitting and eating and chatting from about 6-9pm. What fun!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Cute Little Cupcake Hat

Make this cute little hat for a special little someone...

5.5 stitches = 1 inch

3 skeins Cotton Rich DK (brown, cream and red)
1 skein novelty yarn (if sprinkles are desired)
Size 6 16-inch circular needles and double pointed needle’s
Stitch marker
Clover 1” Pom-Pom Maker

Newborn (about 14.5” finished head circumference)

Stitch Guide
Frosting Bobble = Using the knit-on cast-on, cast on 3 stitches. Immediately bind-off those same 3 stitches.
P2tog = Purl 2 together
2x2 ribbing = Knit 2, purl 2; repeat

Knitting the Cupcake
Using brown yarn and circular needles, cast on 80 stitches. Place marker and join into the round, being careful that your stitches are not twisted. Work in 2x2 ribbing for 2 inches.

Knitting the Frosting
Change to cream and knit one round.
Next Round: *Purl 3, make a frosting bobble*; repeat between the asterisks until the end of the round.

Add the novelty yarn here, if sprinkles are desired. Continue to work in
reverse stockinette (purling every round) until hat measures 3 inches from the beginning, or desired length to crown.

Work decrease rounds as follows, changing to DPN’s when necessary:
Round 1: Purl 6, p2tog; repeat to the marker.
Round 2: Purl to the marker.
Round 3: Purl 5, p2tog; repeat to the marker.
Round 4: Purl to the marker.
Round 5: Purl 4, p2tog; repeat to the marker.
Round 6: Purl to the marker.
Round 7: Purl 3, p2tog; repeat to the marker.
Round 8: Purl to the marker.
Round 9: Purl 2, p2tog; repeat to the marker.
Round 10: Purl to the marker.
Round 11: Purl 1, p2tog; repeat to the marker.
Round 12: Purl to the marker.
Round 13: P2tog; repeat to the marker.

Cut yarn and thread onto a tapestry needle. Run the tapestry needle through the remaining stitches the same direction you would if you were knitting them. Pull tight and weave in ends.

Putting the Cherry on Top!
Using red yarn and Clover 1” Pom-Pom Maker, make a cherry for the top. When you attach the cherry, I suggest just tying it on with a bow on the inside, so you can remove it when you need to wash the hat.

Put on hat and enjoy!

Design by Cheri Clark, The Knit Wit ©2009

Summer Knit-A-Long at The Naked Sheep

I’ve received lots of positive feedback regarding doing some knit-a-longs this summer. Although only a couple specific sweater suggestions have been given…

One idea I received is to have 3 different sweaters to choose from, but not limit them to a certain month. Knitter A might choose to knit just one of the designs, and take all summer to do it…no problem! Knitter B might choose to knit two of the designs we’ve chosen…no problem! And Knitter C (you know who you are!!!) might just knit all 3 choices and be itching to start on a fourth before the end of August…no problem!

Let’s keep it informal and fun and as non-competitive as possible (although a little healthy competition is good for you, right?!)

We'll gather at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop every Saturday afternoon in June, July and August (anytime between 12 and 3pm).

So here are the sweater suggestions…

Imagine from the Spring Issue of Knitty.

Something Red from Knit and Tonic

Owls by Kate Davies (This is a free pattern on Ravelry)

You’ll receive a 15% discount if you purchase your yarn for the knit-a-long at The Naked Sheep.

Further comments and ideas are welcomed, and they can be left here. Not really interested in making any of these sweaters? Join us anyway with whatever sweater you're working on!

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Let's Start A Knit-A-Long!

I’d like to do some knit-a-longs this summer on Saturdays at the shop, and I would really love your input on what you want to make.

I would like to focus on a different sweater each month (June-July-August). This will be an informal time to gather together, ask questions, get support (both technical and moral!) and just have fun together.

I’ll be offering a 15% discount if you purchase your yarn for the knit-a-long at The Naked Sheep.

Please leave your comments and ideas here. I'll let you know what we decide in the next newsletter!

Saturday, May 9, 2009

Pink Angora Ripple

Finally finished! The bind-off took a bit longer than I anticipated.

This was such a great pattern to knit. Ripple, a free pattern on Knitty.

I used 2 skeins of Invernal from Aslan Trends in this super nummy pink.

The base of the scarf is basically entrelac, with a 2-tiered ruffle all around the edges. It was so fun to make, and the construction was so interesting. I'm going to teach the class this summer at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop. It will be on Wednesdays in July...check it out!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009


From this...

To this...

To this...??? Check back tomorrow for the finished project photo!

Friday, April 24, 2009

April Book Group

Tonight is book group at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop. We'll be meeting from 6:30-8:30pm, and our book this month is "The Story of Edgar Sawtelle" by David Wroblewski.

We'll be ordering pizza from our new neighbors, Atomic Pizza. They also have beer, wine and Coke products available. So come hungry and ready to have some fun!

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

So Very Soft and So Very Pink

This is my Quick and Cozy Cardigan in Cascade's Soft Spun, the sweater I started during my birthday weekend out at Edgefield. It has knit up quickly, and the yarn is so lovely to work with. It's so soft, and so pink! I love it!

I just have the second sleeve to finish and sew in, but I'm about halfway done with that. And then I need to finish up the collar.

I can tell I'll be wearing this sweater a lot!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Cheri's Tweedy Aran Cardigan

Here's a pic of my Tweedy Aran Cardigan, as promised. This is the left front. I'd better get busy, it's supposed to be done for class this Sunday!

I'm really loving the yarn I chose for this project! And what a great name for a yarn, Therapi. That is exactly what knitting is for me, therapy. And the pattern is really fun and interesting. The perfect combination of challenging and enjoyable; which makes it relaxing for me!

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Tweedy Aran Cardigan

I'm currently taking the Tweedy Aran Cardigan class with Vivanne at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop.

Here's Vivianne, modeling her lovely finished sweater. I'm making mine using Therapi by South West Trading Company. Such nummy yarn! It's an incredibly soft blend of jadeite, wool and silk fibers; with a beautiful sheen! And although the pink is just lovely, I chose turquoise to knit up this sweater!

Once I have a little more knit up, I'll post a photo!

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

I'm all out of love...

"I'm lying alone with my head on the phone
Thinking of you til it hurts
I know you hurt too, but what else can we do
Tormented and torn apart
I wish I could carry your smile in my heart
For times when my life seems so low
It would make me believe what tomorrow could bring
When today doesn't really know, doesn't really know...

I'm all out of love, I'm so lost without you..."

Oh yes, you recognize those might even be singing the words. Maybe you're like me, and you know all the words to all the songs? Yes, I'm talking about Air Supply...

Brad took me to Chinook Winds last weekend to see Russell and Graham (or should I say I forced Brad to take me!). For those who share my love of Air Supply, it was quite wonderful! They sound exactly the same, and it was a fun show! For those who don't share my taste in music...stop laughing! This is not an April Fool's joke!

Thank you, Russell and Graham, for an evening of happy memories!

Thank you, Brad, for being such a sweetie!

"Lost in love..."

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Bubble Gum Pink Birthday Yarn

I just spent a perfect birthday weekend out at Edgefield with my sweetie-pie, Brad. During this perfect weekend, we hung out with special friends, watched movies, drank some delicious beer, golfed, played darts and shuffleboard, watched the snow fall (so awesome!), and I had a wonderful spa day at Ruby's Spa. The Perfect Potion, to be exact. I highly recommend this!

I also finished the book for book group this month, 19 Minutes by Jodi Picoult. Such an intense book. Join us on Friday, March 27 @ 6:30pm at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop for what I expect will be a very interesting discussion.

Oh, and did I mention that I got a lot of knitting done? I ordered some special birthday yarn to make myself this really cute cabled cardigan. The yarn is Soft Spun by Cascade Yarns, in a delicious bubble gum pink (color #2837). What a surprise, huh?

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Slip Stash Hat

This was such a fun hat to make! It's one of Carolyn's patterns, The Slip Stash Hat. I made one for Nick for Christmas in black, gray and white. This one is a shop model at The Naked Sheep for a class I'm teaching this spring.

It's a super fun technique! And the yarn, Cash Vero DK, is delightful! It's a super soft blend of merino wool, microfiber and cashmere.

Stop by and touch'll want to make one yourself!

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Madrona Fiber Arts Retreat

I just returned from 2 fun, fiber-filled days at Madrona Fiber Arts Retreat. What a blast! My friend was kind enough to invite me to sleep in the extra bed in her room at the Hotel Murano (thanks again, Meghan!). Oh my was beautiful!!!

I had a chance to spend some time with Carolyn; who is looking marvelous, by the way. We all miss her at The Naked Sheep; but she has settled well into life in Jackson Hole, working and teaching at her local yarn shop. I hope they know how lucky they are to have her!

I'm already planning on closing up the shop next year, so I can go up for all 4 days! The list of classes offered is incredible, and it is so great to hang out for an extended period of time with a bunch of fiber enthusiasts. You should plan on joining me!

PS...Thanks so much for your feedback on carrying buttons in the shop! Seems like you all think it's a great idea!

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Sweater for Baby Ruby

Our neighbors had a little baby girl and named her Ruby. So sweet! I got to hold her the other day; she was so precious!

I made her this Knitting Pure and Simple Baby Cardigan using Cascade Sierra in Ruby Red. Cute, huh? Can't wait to see it on her!

Check out the darling sheep buttons! I'm thinking about ordering some cute buttons to sell at The Naked Sheep Knit Shop. What do you think?

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Zig Zag Scarf

I used 3 skeins of Cascade Baby Alpaca Chunky and size 10 needles to make this scarf; and it has a really great soft and cozy feel to it!

Here's the pattern if you want to make one for yourself!

K = knit
K2tog = knit 2 stitches together
M1 = make one stitch--pick up the bar between the stitches with the left needle, from the front to the back; and then knit it through the back loop

Cast on 21 stitches.

Row 1: K1, m1, knit to last 3 stitches, k2tog, k1.
Row 2: Knit.

Repeat rows 1 and 2 nine more times.

Repeat row 2 once.

Work the last 21 rows until desired length. Bind-off and weave in ends.

Easy, huh? Enjoy!

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

I Hate Swatching!

Well, really I don’t hate swatching; but that is a sentiment that I hear constantly at the shop. Most people are so excited to get started on their new project, they view swatching as a waste of time. They want to get to the real knitting.

In response to my suggestions to knit a gauge swatch, I often hear things like, “But it will probably just work out, right?”; or “I always knit right on gauge”.

Most things don’t usually “just work out”; and always is a dangerous word in knitting. Many knitter’s need an attitude adjustment here. First of all, knitting is a process. And swatching is a part of that process. An important part!

Here are just a few reasons why you should learn to value swatching:

Swatching lets you determine your stitch gauge. The number of stitches and rows in one inch of knitted fabric. Being off by ½ stitch per inch can affect your finished product greatly. Yes, there are times when it won’t, but it’s better to be aware of the difference and make the choice to proceed confidently.

Swatching gives you a place to practice the stitch pattern called for in your pattern. Does the texture of the pattern work well with the yarn you’ve chosen? Do you enjoy the stitch pattern?

Swatching gives you a piece of fabric that you can use to test wash and block. If you’re unsure about how the yarn will wash up, test it first on a small scale!

Swatching lets you experience the yarn and decide whether it’s the right yarn for your project. Do you like the feel of it after it’s knitted? Does it have the right drape? Does it split?

So, take the time to knit your swatch. It’s definitely worth your time and effort. I realize that you may not ever learn to love to swatch; but maybe you will be able to embrace it as part of the wonderful process of knitting!

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Fun in the Snow

Brad had some fun during our last snow day. He made me this very sweet little snow woman!

Thanks Brad!