Currently on the Needles


Well well well.  I am back to my cardigan approaching quickly to the garter stitch edging.  I'm thrilled to be finished with the baby blanket and posted about it yesterday.  Soon, very very soon, I will be making something for me.  But first I want to finish knitting the baby sweater I started earlier this week.  Oh babies, they are speedy projects to knit for :)

My reading is the same (and I think I said that last week.....).  I'm slowly sinking into a fast paced novel, Carry On.  I have The Song of the Lark on my kindle but haven't read much this week so far.

What are you knitting and reading this week?

Joining Ginny and Frontier Dreams

Comments

  1. Baby knits are so great for instant gratification!!! You are close to being able to wear that cardigan and I can't wait to see it!! I peeked at your baby blanket from yesterday.....so soft and sweet and just perfect!!

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  2. Babies looks so cute in handknits. I've been concentrating on sock knitting and done very little reading lately.

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  3. Now that I'm a grandparent I'm discovering just how quick baby knits are. Which is a good thing, because there's going to be another addition in April to add to my 'to knit for' list. I'm with my mom right now. She's in the hospital, so I'm doing lots of bedside sock knitting at the moment.

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  4. Love that your Easter decor made an appearance in this post! I set up my dining table for spring...a single candle stick guarded by my chicken salt and pepper set. :)

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  5. you are always knitting beautiful things!

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  6. Love yarn for your baby knit! These speckles of color are adorable!

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  7. That's why I love baby knits...it makes me feel like I've accomplished something!

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  8. Ah yes - baby knits are my favorite. I feel like I accomplished so much in so little time.

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  9. I love baby knits. Starting one soon for a friend :)

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  10. Two great projects...look llike both might be done soon? I don't want to jinx you...then what?

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  11. Baby projects are my absolute favorite - I usually have a fighting chance to actually finish those :-) I started a pair of socks for myself over a year ago, and I only ended up with one...

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  12. How great to almost be at the finishing line with your cardigan. I can't wait to see the finished baby cardigan. I like the heathered grey. I have the last HP book on my Kindle. I had dropped by the library today on my way home, thinking it would open at 11 but it doesn't until 12 so I came home to eat as I've been out all morning.

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  13. Oh baby knits are fabulous aren't they? Your cardigan looks as though it is coming along nicely though as well.

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  14. It will be a while before I have the joy of quick baby knits. I am waiting on engagements right now. The cardigan looks so pretty. It will be done in no time.

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  15. That is a great color for a cardigan. You'll wear it all the time!

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  16. Baby knits! Can you believe I'm already looking forward to grandchildren so I'll have babies to knit for?

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  17. I love the little pink baby blanket so cute! The cardigan you are knitting will sure come in handy on cool spring days. Hope the rest of the week goes well for you.

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  18. I've just started the body on a cardigan and my desire to knit on it is really messing with my gym goals this week. This week has really just been messing with my knitting goals so I guess it's all even steven in the end.

    I was researching book recommendations and Carry On is in my queue. I believe my son liked another books he wrote. So little time for the love of books right now.

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  19. Baby knits are addictively fast aren't they! They both look like lovely yarns to be playing with so any knitting is going to be good :)

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