Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Yarn Along

This is the first time I'm sitting down after coming home from my pottery class, so I'm keeping it brief tonight.  : )  (I'll share what I'm working on in pottery class soon... maybe next week when I get something back from the kiln!) 

I'm making good progress on the custom scarf, and I wish I had some more interesting details to show you this week.  But instead of finishing enough of the interesting bits last night to photograph, I picked up my August socks again because I needed a break.  These August socks (gah!) just won't go away.  I'd skipped to September and October's socks (both done, by the way) out of necessity, so now I'm coming back to August's.  And they are slow going.  I'm currently supressing the urge to cast on something new... Soon.

Forgive me for forgetting to include my book in the picture -- I'll be sure to get it next time, since it has a pleasing cover (yeah, I judged it, but not before knowing what the book is about).  I'm reading Gift from the Sea by Anne Morrow Lindbergh and it's so good.  It's not my type, but I'm loving it and it's totally resonating with me.  I promise to tell more of the how and why in next week's Yarn Along post.

As always, I'm linking up with Ginny's Yarn Along today on Small Things.  Thanks for stopping by!


  1. How intriguing! I must follow the link to the book you are reading and I look forward to hearing more about it next week :) Your sock looks amazing to!

  2. Wow, those socks are going to be gorgeous! They might be a lot of work, but they'll be so worth it!

  3. The scarf looks super snuggly. And those socks....what can I say? Complicated is not the word!

  4. I agree the socks are gorgeous! And the scarf is super too, I love the texture.

  5. I love The Gift of the Sea and try to read it every few years!
    I can't wait to see what you are up to in your pottery class! My dream is to one day have my own wheel and kiln!

  6. Those socks look like they'd have anyone running to cast on something new...

  7. The socks look lovely. Can't wait to see the finished product.


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