Plant Toddlers and Funny Hats

I have lots of stuff I want to write about, but they’re still forming in the brain. So, in the meantime, I will share a bunch of randomness. Here are some things that occupy my time when I’m not musing about climbing, kettlebells, bicycles, life, etc.

My plant babies have definitely been updated to ‘toddler’ status. They are growing every day and getting rather big, and it makes me very happy.

Aren’t they awesome? Too bad I don’t have room for all of them in the garden. Luckily, I have friends eager to take them off my hands and give them a good home. 🙂

We were going to till the garden and get those onions in the ground, but it’s been raining all week and it’s just too wet. Soon!

 

I also knit these things for myself:


 

 

 

 

Lumpy was kind enough to model the hat while I was knitting it. What a good kitty cat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheers.

2 thoughts on “Plant Toddlers and Funny Hats

  1. Sarah

    First off, I love that hat!! Do you have a link to the instructions?

    Secondly, I can’t believe how big your tomatoes are! My zucchini and peas are coming along great but my tomatoes stopped growing once they sprouted. I think it might be because we had 2 weeks of grey weather so I just bought a grow light for them. I’ll have to do an update post on my seed babies once I figure out how to make the tomatoes happy!

    1. Elizabeth Post author

      Sarah! Here is the link to the hat pattern: http://knitty.com/ISSUEfall07/PATTfoliage.html

      Sorry to hear about your tomatoes stalling out. I am astounded that mine are doing so well after previous years’ attempts that have failed miserably. I am using fluorescent lights, and I learned that you can have them just a few inches above the plants, which helps them because they can use the energy to grow stronger instead of reaching for light. Let me know if the light helps out!

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