Wednesday, August 22, 2012

. . . more Cake

 A cappaccino cake with merangue on the top
YUMMY
 and some very fancy knitting
 even surprising myself
I needed to feel clever!

10 comments:

sigisart said...

Hi Annie,
I´m from germany and I wanted to say to you that I stitched your lovely Tuto "Ready Threader Tutorial" a lot of times. If you want so see how lovely my (your) Threat Holders are klick on my blog (www.sigisart.blogspot.com). I changed the tuto a little bit and made it longer for pencils for example. Lovely. A lot of friends of mine are now lucky with a little and lovely present. I´m looking foreward to make some more.
Thank you for insiring me and have a really, really good time.
Hugs from germany.
Sigrid

Susan said...

Clever cooking AND knitting. Both exceptionally handy skills to have.

Calidore said...

I think you're very clever. What are you knitting exactly....it looks intriguing.

Jan said...

Yummy-looking cake, Annie - is that the Weight Watchers one? Interesting kniting, too - what's it going to be?

homeschooled said...

Cake? Where, when?

Muddling Through said...

Well, you certainly should feel clever! That is some gorgeous knitting. And I can almost taste that cake from here. it looks delicious.

blandina (aracne) said...

The knitting looks very challenging and oh so pretty! It is still too hot here to start knitting wool again, but I am longing for it!

Michelle said...

What a clever gal you are, the cake sounds very interesting...

wonderwoman said...

wow what a lovely cake! your hat looks amazing too! xxxxxxxxx

Quiltedtime said...

This must be the hat you were telling me about. Wow! You are good. The cake looks great, too. I don't believe I have ever tasted that kind.