Tuesday, September 27, 2011

More NYC Yarn-Bombing

My sister sends me these from her phone as she walks to and from work.

This bicycle was located on 23rd Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues.


Nice work, secret knitter-crocheter people. If you want to claim your work, leave a comment below. Share your inspiration.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Am I Obsessed with My Dog?

I'd like to think not. Proof? I am absolutely NOT tempted to knit this:

From the book Knit Your Own Dog.

But wouldn't it be cute in black:

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Sunday Mornings

For those of you living in the south, you know that September is about two things: dodging hurricanes and enjoying the break of the blistering August heat.

One good way to enjoy the cooler weather is dining al fresco, which is basically impossible during the summer time. (Seriously, even the lettuce will melt on your deck during an N.C. August.)

So, this past Sunday, my three boys and I ate breakfast on the deck. This is a first for my family now that it includes Edward, because back in April/May Edward was too small to hang out on the deck, and then it was summer. (See prior paragraph.)

For our meal, I made a frittata. Check out the yummy crusty cheese around the edge.


Adrian ate all of that crusty goodness. He did not eat the broccoli. He also had a gogurt, which is dribbling off of his chin in this photograph:


And Edward just kicked back in his high chair and played with his toes.



--Katie Rose

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Guerilla Knits in NYC

My sister and her family moved to Manhattan in January. Since then, I've been receiving funny photographs on my cell phone from my sister.

Like this:


And this one:

Lafayette and Spring.jpg

The tricycle is located at Lafayette and Spring, for those of you up there who might want to go see it.

I don't know anything about the group of crafters who are doing these projects--anyone out there know? Hats off, regardless.