Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Yarn Along


Reading: Amy & Roger's Epic Detour, by Morgan Matson. It's been so warm lately that I wanted to read something light and summery, so I picked this up. I've heard nothing but good things about it and I really enjoyed the only other book of hers that I've read (Since You've Been Gone).

Knitting: I should be working on my sweater or shawl, but I can't seem to stop knitting on this sock now that I've started. I love the way the yarn is knitting up...a lot prettier than it looks here!

{Yarn Along is a weekly link up hosted by Ginny where you can share what you've been knitting and reading.}

10 comments:

  1. I came over from the yarn along. I love the colors in that sock! Those colors remind me of the ocean and summer fun! Socks seem to be the thing to do now. I used to knit and seem to be enjoying crochet now, but I've been really tempted to try socks since seeing so many pretty ones out there in blogland. I love summer fun reads so maybe I'll give this one a try.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Cindy Bee

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    1. The colors remind me of spring and summer, too. I find sock knitting so enjoyable...plus it's really addicting. :) Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. Very pretty blues - I can see how that socks lures you into knitting on it!

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    1. Thanks! With the warmer weather, it's hard to get motivated to knit on a heavy sweater or shawl. But a sock is just right. :)

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  3. I am coming from the yarn along as well. Your book and your knitting both look summery! What pretty blues!

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    1. Thank you! Thanks for stopping by. :)

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  4. Actually, I think the sock looks gorgeous in the photo!

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    1. Thanks! I just feel like some of the other colors didn't show up well in the photo. :)

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  5. I love your sock! Variegated yarn is so much fun since every row looks a bit new :-)

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    1. Thanks! Yes, it is. :) And I love it when variegated yarn knits up like this instead of pooling!

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