So, we had holidays last week. I was supposed to take a break from everything (read: from knitting) when I started to see everything yellow. OK, yellowish…

Before I show you my progress, I would like you to meet someone. Someone with no name yet. Someone yellowish…

New family member

Sorry for the quality of pictures. “Yellowish Cat” didn’t stay put. It’s not like taking pictures from my knitting 😀

My mother found this little kitten from the barn. Cat mother had left and tiny kitty was almost dead. We couldn’t leave it there…

“Yellowish Cat” having a dinner:

Feeding time

And one more 🙂


I was taking a walk and this was on my way:

yellow flowers

And those holidays I mentioned – every year we celebrate 23rd & 24th of June with bonfires.

See? Yellow…

Midsummer in Hiiumaa

I got back home and was ready to knit again:

Big Yellow with yellow notebook

I was extra motivated so I made a project page in my bright yellow Leuchtturm notebook – colored numbers are my pattern repeats. I’ll color one number every time I’ve finished one pattern repeat.

Big Yellow with knitting project planner

Have I told you that I have “a thing” with notebooks?

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9 thoughts on “Big Project Monday – Yellow Post

  • 27. June 2016 at 17:45

    It sounds like you had a very nice week. I also have a yellow kitty, acquired last year just before Christmas. Mine is not as bright yellow as yours, but close – named Izzy. Caution: mine loves to play with my yarn and will even try to reach in drawers to pull it out. I’ve gotten very good at unknotting/rewinding and even better at keeping my yarn put up. Hope you have another good week knitting on Big Yellow.

    • 27. June 2016 at 18:32

      I did have a nice week 🙂 I think it’s very good habit to put yarn away…I’m sooo bad at this 🙂

  • 30. June 2016 at 07:35

    Aaawww!!! He’s too cute!! You should name him Spot after Data’s cat in Star Trek TNG!! 😛
    As for your knitting, it is coming along beautifully. And I like your notebook idea; I may have to copy you. Lovely pictures. 🙂

    • 30. June 2016 at 11:53

      You can totally copy me 🙂

  • 1. July 2016 at 18:16

    I love notebooks! I have binders full of them. 😀 Your “yellowish” theme is great fun! The kitty is so cute. The lace/cable stitch pattern is beautiful!

    • 1. July 2016 at 21:07

      I knew that there had to be one more person with all those notebooks 😀

  • 1. July 2016 at 19:43

    Your little kitty reminds me of a cat that was a spokescat for a cat food company a long time ago, he was called Morris. He was suppsosed to be a finicky eater and would only eat that brand of cat food. i hope your dad is responding to his treatment for his disease.

    • 1. July 2016 at 21:16

      Thank you, Julia, for thinking of us. Sadly, he’s not; treatment made it worse …, but he’s feeling good for now, and he is positive. We try to think good thoughts and have fun, spend time that we have given 🙂 Actually, kitty and dad are very good friends, so it feels like it was meant to be 🙂

  • 2. July 2016 at 14:23

    Caution-ginger tabbies never grow up! He will be this playful at 8 years old-we have twin ginger tabbies.,he is adorable , & will stay that cute as well! How much longer will you be bottle feeding? I did that with my oldest guy, now 13 years old. Trouble was, he didn’t want to be weaned! Glad that he & your dad are forming a bond?


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