Yarn Along

6:00 AM

Once again, I am joining Ginny over at Small Things for the weekly Yarn Along.  It's all about books and knitting.  Work has gotten in the way these last two weeks so my progress on both is small.  I have been working on my log cabin blanket.  It is still small enough that I can carry it in my suitcase.  And it is easy enough that I can work on it while watching mindless TV in the hotel room.  I've got plenty of colors in my stash that I can work on it hopefully until it is finished without duplicating colors.


I was at the airport two weeks ago and saw the new Nora Roberts book.  It is book two of her Inn Boonsboro Trilogy.  Luckily it was at my local branch of the library and I didn't have to put my name on the wait list.  I am on the last chapter.  I like her books when I need an easy read and an escape from reality.  Still needing that escape, I picked up 1225 Christmas Tree Lane by Debbie Macomber.  It is the last book in her Cedar Cove series.

Happy Yarn Along Wednesday!

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6 comments

  1. I really do love your blanket. I would love to make one for myself, but need more leftover yarn first. That's okay, at least that means more knitting. Have a great day!

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  2. I also have read many of Robert's books for the same reasons, an easy read and I have always been entertained! Great blanket :)

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  3. I'm sure your Log Cabin Blanket is going to be beautiful.

    I love me some Debbie Macomber, too. ;-)

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  4. That log cabin blanket is going to be so cheerful and colorful! I'm glad that you are still able to find some knitting time and some reading time despite the work busyness!

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  5. Your blanket is looking so cozy! I love Nora Roberts for an easy read, haven't read this series yet, better reserve it at the library!

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  6. The blanket looks like a great way to use up scraps of wool from your stash. Enjoy your knitting. Jacinta

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