It’s back folks. My knit mania that is. I have worked on this blanket for years now. It’s really turning into a beast. It’s merely a scrap blanket. I had some hats and such completed for Christmas, and that lead me to more bits to add in. I’m loving the memories of gifts I see when I look at this blanket. Some are from my first projects (which were quite ugly, I assure you).
On the night stand are some great reads.
The Three Musketeers I do love a good classic read.
Sacred Marriage Not too far into this one, but I love the concepts so far. Very deep.
Hinds Feet on High Places I’ve already picked this preface apart on here. I think you get that I’m into it :)
I’m joining Small Things today for a Yarn Along.
In her words:
The Yarn Along began in early Fall 2010 as a way to share knitting projects and good reads; motivating ourselves, and inspiring each other. Every week knitters, and a few crocheters as well, link up and share a photo (or two) of what they are knitting and what they are reading. Knowing that Yarn Along Wednesday is coming up is a great way to stay motivated to finish those projects! And I, for one, am always on the lookout for a great book recommendation as well.
There’s a link in the side bar if you want to join as well.
This week I ‘m continuing the re-working of my Canary pattern (in the side bar). The Scarlet Letter is about half read. Since I’m reading it on my ibooks app, I didn’t post a picture of it. I also added to my reading, maybe we should call it drooling, 101 Log Cabin Blocks by House of White Birches Publishing House.
My quilting extraordinaire neighbor got it for me. I’m so excited because my laundry room/quilting room is almost free of clothing, thus I can actually quilt soon :)
What is on your needles/hook and coffee table?
My first big girl knitting project is off the needles. This is my Vintage Oatmeal. It’s not perfect, but for a first adult sweater it’s absolutely snugly and wearable.
Details on Ravelry.