Currently on the Needles
My knitting has returned to shawl making, which as you know, I adore. I find it soothing to focus on the soft rows and easy charts. I'm in my happy place!!
My reading is super quick and easy. My son recommended the book above as a "must read" and I love it. It's middle school? age and I love the fast simple sentences and the condensed chapters.
What are you knitting and reading this week?
Projects: Hey Now Shawl and Dandelion Daze Shawl
Joining Ginny and Frontier Dreams
I think of you every time I see a lace shawl pattern! :)ReplyDelete
You have such a knack for picking the prettiest patterns and matching them with the perfect yarn! Not much knitting or reading going on here right now. My mom is flying in this Friday and I'm in "overdrive" getting everything ready, working, end of the year programs, school banquets, grocery shopping...ReplyDelete
Your shawls look beautiful. I love making them, too. And I have a hard time giving them away!ReplyDelete
Good book, great knitting ... life is good! I really love that Amanda Makes yarn and may have to hunt down some myself.ReplyDelete
The yellow shawl looks beautiful! And, great book choice!ReplyDelete
A good book, some great knitting, what could be better?ReplyDelete
nothing wrong with shawl knitting, I'm starting to think I might knit another one soon. Once I've done another few socks perhaps ;-)ReplyDelete
I am with you on the shawl knitting. Very satisfying! I added that book to my Goodreads. It looks like something I would enjoy.ReplyDelete
You are always a source of great reading ideas, Karen! I'm knitting a Gingersnaps cardigan for my new grandson, and am currently reading Still Life With Bread Crumbs.ReplyDelete
I'm knitting on a pair of gift socks that must be done by June 1. Not reading a book right now ......guess I should go check out what is on the book shelf. LOLReplyDelete
Your shawls are such pretty colors. Enjoy your relaxing knitting/reading time!
Beautiful! In my stage of life I have so few opportunities to really wear a shawl because I haven't found a way to wear them (besides like a scarf) that doesn't get in the way with my day-to-day mom life... the ends always dangle or they wont' stay on my shoulders while I do stuff like laundry and dishes... haha! Which is very sad because I love shawl knitting too!! Yours is beautiful.ReplyDelete
You've got some great shawls on the needles! I'm not familiar with that book, but glad to hear that you're enjoying it!ReplyDelete
As always your knitting blows me away! 😊 I just finished reading Anna Quindlan's newest, Miller's Valley. I recommend it!ReplyDelete
I LOVE that yarn. ...Will surely be One Awesome Shawl. Can't wait to see more of it!ReplyDelete
You always use the loveliest yarns. Lace shawls are my favorite projects. I'll have to check on that book.ReplyDelete
Your shawls are lovely, I particularly love the yarn on the right ;). Easy reading is just what you need sometimes isn't it.ReplyDelete
Your shawls are bright and fun. I added the audio version to my TBR. Sometimes I feel I don't have the patience to read a juvenille fiction book but don't mind listening to it.ReplyDelete
knitting socks and a hat currently. not reading!ReplyDelete
Now I have two more shawls in my Ravelry library!ReplyDelete
Oh good, I'll have company!Delete
Gosh, I always love the shawls you knit up, and the gorgeous yarn you use.ReplyDelete
Oh look at those shawls ... just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
The Dandelion Haze looks gorgeous - such a beautiful colour!ReplyDelete
Glad you are in your happy place. I am still reading H is for Hawk, it is a fascinating read. Happy Friday, Karen xxReplyDelete
I read that book at the urging of my girls and found it just lovely!ReplyDelete
Love hearing that you are in your happy place!ReplyDelete
Your shawl progress is beautiful. I am going to have to pick up that book, as it sounds delightful.
I love that variegated pink yarn. The book sounds interesting. I'll look for it. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Shawl knitting is always a joy indeed :) I'm currently knitting on a baby-gift for a friend, but wouldn't mind work on a shawl at the moment.ReplyDelete
Love your shawls, especially the pink and purple one! I just finished The Girl Who Wrote in Silk about a very sad period in Seattle history and am now working my way through Under a Wing by Reeve Lindbergn.ReplyDelete