Currently on the Needles
Hello! I've been knitting fast and furious this past week. All good, and all fun. First off is the top down cardigan that is speeding along. I've separated the sleeves off a day ago and now I'm onto the body. So much knitting fun. On the left is a cowl that I cast on a few days ago. The yarn was a gift from my sister. I hope to have this finished by the weekend.
I'm still reading Life as We Knew It, and I'm nearly half way through. It's okay, the novel is written in diary format and the narrator is 15-16 years old. I have a feeling nothing is going to get better with the moon closer to the earth, but you never know!!
What are you knitting and reading this week?
Joining Ginny and Frontier Dreams
With this cold weather you are getting in some great knitting time, you will be modeling your sweater before we know it ;)ReplyDelete
Knitting with gifted yarn is a treat...always makes me think of the giver as I knit.ReplyDelete
loving those two colors....and loving them together, too!!! (sister has great taste!! lucky you!!!!!)ReplyDelete
I love the colours as well - glad you are getting lots done! I put that book on hold at my library last week - sounds like a fairly easy, interesting read.ReplyDelete
A new sweater and a warm cowl - just in time for the winter weather that is happening. Our cowls look very similar. I bet you have that sweater finished by early next week.ReplyDelete
Yay for fast warm projects! Since winter has finally arrived you'll be all set.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love the earthly colors of your projects! Lately I am really drawn to these shades!ReplyDelete
That looks like it will be a nice warm sweater!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Knitting - winter is so wonderful, no guilt in all of the knitting:)ReplyDelete
I love the colours of your knits...you are one non-stop knitting machine !!! Enjoy.ReplyDelete
I love the color you chose for the cowl...and I have that pattern in my favorites to make someday. I can't wait to see your finished one!ReplyDelete
Love the color of the cowl!! Going to have to put that pattern on my to knit list!ReplyDelete
What beautiful yarn from your sister, such a thoughtful gift.ReplyDelete
I am finishing up Julia Quinn's much talked about series and debating what I should read next...an author I haven't tried yet? The next book in The 39 Clues Series? Harry Potter #6? I have to finish up my swap partner's gift today while working on laundry.ReplyDelete
Love those two colors together. I was fine knitting socks these past weeks until we had snow today. Now I wish I'd spent more time on my Boxy pullover.ReplyDelete
Once again, your knitting looks beautiful!ReplyDelete
Knitting SOCKS. Im so thrilled to be done with my sweaterReplyDelete
Reading: need a read....need a read....
how lovely, the colours, the patterns! happy knitting!ReplyDelete
I wonder how many cardis you have started and finished since I cast on my Hitofude! You are a knitting machine!! I live your colors, both of them.ReplyDelete
I seem to be stuck in gift knitting and YA reading, but I'm not complaining, it's all moving forward in a good way :) I like the two colorways you're knitting up!ReplyDelete
Getting yarn as a gift is the best!!!ReplyDelete
Nice projects! I've started another pair of socks, trying to use some leftover sock yarn because I just love it so much. Hopefully I'll have enough to finish a pair, if not, I'll have to get creative. ;-)ReplyDelete
Ha. Love your book review. You ARE getting some good knitting time in this past week! Expecting snow up there?ReplyDelete
You always knit with the greatest colours! I must put that book into my list to read now - I'd already forgotten after seeing it on IG. :-)ReplyDelete
great colors! you sure do get a lot of knitting done.ReplyDelete
Wow your knitting is speeding along! Yarn is always a great gift isn't it?ReplyDelete
This time of year is so productive for knitting isn't it, you're motoring along with yours :)ReplyDelete
I love the color of that cowl! Very pretty.ReplyDelete
Can't wait to see your finished cardi. Your cowl color is a color that I always choose for myself... in fact I am wearing it right now!ReplyDelete
Loving the earthy color and the rustic yarn, I sure it will look lovely as a cowl.ReplyDelete
Oh I love your yarn choice! Cowls are the BEES knees this time of yearReplyDelete
I just love top down sweaters. You are right! They are just so much fun to knit.ReplyDelete
Your yarn is gorgeous. Hope you are not getting too much of that huge storm!
I love the colors of the yarns that you are knitting. I have never knitted a top down sweater, but it is on my list. I just finished knitting a bottom-up vest and I really liked that concept. Enjoy your knitting!ReplyDelete
Whew, I just finished John Adams about 10 minutes before the book club arrived! As for knitting I finished a birthday hat, and it's on my blog and soon to go to its new owner.ReplyDelete