Hi!  Hiyadoin’? I’m doing great, thanks for asking 🙂

We were just away at The Emerald City visiting family and while we were there, look at what we stuffed our faces with!

If you’re ever in Seattle, you gotta eat at The Crab Pot.  The mess is definitely worth it!

You should also definitely check out this studio.  We were able to chat with the artist, David Smith, and watch him work on a very interesting piece of glass work.  As a person who embraces the joy of working with my hands, I was fascinated by the whole experience of being able to mould and create something magnificent out of shards of colored glass.  Perfect symmetry between art and science.

Speaking of working with my hands, all that driving time to Seattle and back meant that I had ample knitting time on the road!  Here’s what I’ve been working on.

It’s a Soay cardigan. I test knit this pattern for Gudrun last year and love wearing it so much that I decided to knit it a second time using a different yarn.  I’ve added a bunch of inches since this picture was taken and I might even be done soon!

4 thoughts on “Hiyadoin’

  1. Jocelyn

    The Filipino in me is drooling at the sight of that seafood feast! I had a look at their menu and OMG, pass be a bib will you? LOL!

    Your Soay is looking good. Love the colour. I have knitted bugger all on my MadMay cardi…been test knitting and relaxing this weekend.


  2. Alice

    Preeti, the glass art is so beautiful !! So cute seeing Kiki around all that crab, she’s probably eating a bun..lol


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