Bring on the…SNOW?!?!?

Sarah's SlippersMy granddaughter found a picture of these “snow boot” slippers and said she wanted some to keep her feet warm in the dorm. Didn’t take long for my daughter to find the pattern for me.

I had this lovely soft and warm yarn on hand in gray and decided to use it for the slippers. Only when they were in progress did I learn her school colors are….wait for it!….gray and purple!! Of course, I had to find some blingy purple buttons. Hobby Lobby has a good selection.

On cool autumn and cold winter days, I love to sit and either crochet or knit while listening to a book on my Kindle. Occasionally I get up and walk on my treadmill since it has a plug in that plays the book through speakers. Most of the time I read book directly from my Kindle, but when my hands are busy, this is how I “read.”

I can’t describe how relaxing it is to work with yarn. My hubby, bless his soul, used to ask why I would crochet or knit while we watched television. I explained it helped me to relax. Sometimes I work on my project and think about all the blessings in my life. It’s a time to spend with God, especially when I’m working on a prayer shawl.

(The pattern can be purchased from CrochetDreamz. I used Big Twist Yarn purchased from JoAnn Fabrics. You’ll need two skeins as this pattern is worked with two strands of yarn.)

Warm Wishes,

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