Tuesday, March 02, 2010

...Marchweather...

...I thought I'd share my morning view...
8:00am to the west ...and to the south...

9:00am to the west...


...and to the south...
11:00am to the west...




...and to the south....





12:00 noon to the west....




...and to the south...









...this calls for comfort knitting....







Pinneguris vognteppe,Latvisk hage. Done with the knitting...only the rest left...more specifics later:-)
Dagens værrapport....det begynte så fin, og så ble det bare verre:-D!!!
Ha en flott dag!
Have a great day!



20 comments:

corinna said...

looks chilly
but the sun shine on the hilltop is a little promise of warmth
spring is under the snow
love the colors of your knit project- they are warm and sunny!

thanks for sharing

corinna said...

looks chilly
but the sun shine on the hilltop is a little promise of warmth
spring is under the snow
love the colors of your knit project- they are warm and sunny!

thanks for sharing

QuiltedSimple said...

love the view from your place - gorgeous scenery
kris

Heidelweiss said...

Beautiful! The scenery AND the knitting :).

Ruth said...

Du har værskiftninger du også, ser jeg. Samme her - alle fire årstider - gjerne flere ganger om dagen. ;)

Nydelig teppe i praktfarger. Gleder meg til å se det ferdig.

Ha en fortsatt uke med eller uten vær. ;)

Ninne said...

Det er så lekkert det teppet! Og nydelige farger du har valgt! Jeg skulle gjerne sittet i glassstuen din og strikket og sett utover utsikten som skifter sammen med deg! Ha en fin uke, Marit!

Melanie said...

Yes definately comfort knitting weather. Love the warm colours you chose.

Caroline said...

Incredibly beautiful, but awfully chilly looking. Yeah! I think you needed to stay inside and knit.

Pinneguri said...

Jeg må innrømme at jeg blir litt rørt, og det er ikke først og fremst på grunn av utsikten din ... ;D) Det er en kjempejobb du har gjort, og du strikker minst like fort som meg (men jeg mistenker at du har det samme syndromet jeg har: du klarer ikke å legge ned pinnene (uansett hva som er på dem))?
Det ble kjempevakkert i rødtoner, nesten litt folkedraktaktig? Jeg gleder meg til å se det ferdig.
Og lurte på om jeg kunne få bruke bildet ditt på bloggen min ... skryteinnlegg ... du veit hvordan det er ... ?

Moogsmum said...

Brrrrr!! I'm feeling cold just looking at those photos!

Perfect knitting weather and what fabulous knitting - I can't wait to see the next installment :o)

xxx

Sandie Knapp said...

Socked in by fog eh? I guess that happens fairly often, living so close to the water.

The shawl or stole is gorgeous. That would not be comfort knitting for me, but brain wracking work instead. But to each his own........ LOL

Take care and keep well :)

Judy said...

was that snow or just fog? looked lovely whatever it was.

YarnThrower said...

WOW -- Interesting to see how your weather changed. Neat how the fog came in, though I agree about comfort knitting during that time! Your scenery is so different from where I live... Lovely!

The blanket is beautiful! Just curious about how big it is going to be when done...

Litt om alt said...

Fascinerende hvordan været er fra time til time :) Flott teppe!! Det var lekkert i både mønster og farger!
Klem

Kristin Nicholas said...

Lovely lovely photos. I love the opening one on your blog - must show it to my Farmer - your sheep look so different than ours!
Kristin

countrychicken said...

I love your pictures - that fog looks like something else. What I love about winter and early spring - its still good knitting weather and nothing pressing going on outside. Hope you have a good knitting week!!

Terry said...

I always love to come to your blog and to see your lovely views! Your knitting is always amazing too!

Tracy said...

nydelige bilder og strikketøy Marit! :o)

Berglind said...

Wow, you have a beautiful view Marit, must be inspiring to sit down with handwork and look out the window

Kathy said...

What an extraordinary setting! Beautiful. And I love the blanket. I see I will have to subscribe to your blog and follow you from America!