Wednesday, December 14, 2011

:: Yarn Along ::

Joining Ginny, over at small things, again with yarn along. A single photo of a current knitting or crocheting project with a current read. I am really loving these posts, taking a moment to think about what and why I'm knitting or reading. I read...a lot. And I knit...not as much as I'd like but I do have 2-4 projects going either on the needles or in my brain.

I do love seeing what others are knitting and can always use some reading suggestions! Leave a comment so I can see what you're up to. And go over to Ginny's to see what others are up to.


On the needles :: Argggh! I'm inches from being done with the second half of my Christmas gift but I'm out of the main color. I've tried and tried to get to a craft store for days and finally last night I made it, but they didn't have the color I needed! So I'm hoping to make it to the other store this afternoon...I'm so itching to finish this up. My super secret project is all but done (meaning I have to weave in the ends) and it was able to stay a secret so far! I've also been working a row or two at a time sitting and waiting at the lab or the car on my second puerperium. A little here, a little there. Relaxed kind of knitting, I like it.

On the nightstand :: The Secret has been a good read. I like a little Amish storyline and so far this book is good enough it is hard to put down even when my eyes start to close themselves but I'm not haunted all day, wanting nothing more than to pick it up.


Swanski said...

I hope you get your yarn so you can finish your project, it is very lovely!!

Tracey said...

I hope you find your yarn today as I know the feeling of not finding what is needed at the craft store.
Your book sounds like a wonderful read.

Mami Dearest said...

Hope you find your yarn! :)

house full of jays said...

Haha, I like how you describe the book. I love a good book but it's hard to get anything done when it calls to me all day long!
Good luck with your project! Cozy!

Jen said...

I hope you were able to find the yarn you needed.

Those socks remind me of the ones used to make sock monkeys. Love it.