Monday, September 28, 2015


Hi there,
We had the most wonderful rainy, dreary, cloudy weekend. The type of weather that knitters love! I got out of my summer knitting slump by finishing up three simple dishcloths in autumn colors, all three in the bee stitch, using Peaches & Creme. Here's the recipe:

Size 6 needles
Cast on 39
For garter stitch borders, begin by knitting six rows. Then knit the first three and last three stitches of every row for the side borders.
Bee Stitch Pattern
Row 1: Knit
Row 2: k1, *k1 in stitch below, k1; repeat from * across
Row 3: Knit
Row 4: k2, k1 in stitch below, *k1, k1 in stitch below; rep from * to last 2 stitches, k2
Repeat these 4 rows until it is just about a square, then knit six rows. Cast off.

I also tried a new recipe, a bread featured in the September 2015 issue of Southern Living:
Pumpkin-honey-beer BreadI used Samuel Adams Harvest Pumpkin Ale for the beer.

Are you familiar with AmazonSmile? If you are a regular amazon customer like I am, I encourage you to register in order to earn money for your favorite charity. The Live Awesome Foundation is near and dear to us.

A bit of fun: Peanutize yourself!            

xoxo Tammy 


  1. Oh I like the pattern recipe and will have to try it.
    Yes, I am a member of AmazonSmile, I am supporting
    Doctors without Borders. :)

  2. Your dishcloths are lovely and remind me that I need to knit some for neighbor gifts.

  3. beautiful dish clothes and I didn't know about amazon smile.. must look into it!

  4. I love your dischcloths. im out of my slump too. OUr weather is amazing today however. SUnny 60 beautiful with fall colors comingon


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