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Hello everyone.
This is what I have finished of project #1 from itty bitty toys. The small nesting box is knitting up very quickly and I’m sure I will be able to do the extra small super quickly. Then I just need to sew them together which is not my fav thing to do. Then I need to go buy some plastic mesh. I have some fabric that I want to use. Like I said I’m really trying not to have to buy much for these projects. I have a huge stash of yarn and I really need to get down to business and use it up. I know these colors don’t flow as well as the ones in the book but I don’t think my boys will mind much when they start to get to play with them.

I told you that I would let you know what seeds I got in the tin from Bear Creek.
Here they are and I am going to list them in order from left to right
1st row:

  • Mellon- Tam Dew
  • Okra- Burgandy
  • Watermelon- Orange Flesh Tender Sweet
  • Lettuce- Forellenschluss
  • Spinach- New Zealand
  • Onion- Red Creole

2nd row:

  • Tomato- Cherokee Purple
  • Pepper- Golden Marconi
  • Oriental Greens- Ching Chang Bok Choy
  • Eggplant- Rosa Bianca
  • Pepper- Cayenne Long Thin
  • Cabbage- Mammoth Red Rock

3rd row:

  • Squash- Black Futsu
  • Melon- Banana
  • Tomato- Pineapple
  • Collards- Georgia Southern
  • Rutabagas-American Purple Top
  • Cucumber- De Bourbonne

4th row:

  • Squash-Early Golden Summer Crookneck
  • Tomato-Mortgage Lifter
  • Carrot- St. Valery
  • Beet- Bull’s Blood
  • Corn- Stowells Evergreen
  • Turnip-Purple Top White Globe
  • Swiss Chard- Rainbow

5th row:

  • Lima Bean- Henderson’s Bush
  • Kale- Blue Curled Scotch
  • Squash-Benning Green Tint Scallop
  • Radish- Pink Beauty
  • Peas- Alaska
  • Cowpea-Purple Hull Pinkeye
  • Bean- Contender

And I have the seeds started for the summer. I’m so exited.

Well better get back to the kids.

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  1. Hello fellow Itty Bitty Toy knitter! I'm adding you to my blogroll. Your nesting boxes are turning out great. I love gardening, but I'll just have to have a small herb garden this year as we are living in an aparment.

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  2. Hi pretty stitches!
    Thank you for adding me to your blogroll.
    I use to live in an apartment and as soon as we bought our house I started seeds indoors in my apartment to move them with me to the house when we got it. I'm adding your blog to my blogroll as well. Happy knitting and have fun with the herbs.

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