Yarn Along

6:00 AM

It's Wednesday again and that means it is time for the weekly yarn along.  I'm joining with Ginny and everyone to share books and yarn.  I've been working steadily on Corrine's Hanorah.  I have one sleeve and the collar to finish.  Then I can find some cute buttons to make the coat girly and it's finished.  To say she is excited would be an understatement.  It will be on the big side, but since (hopefully) spring is right around the corner, she will wear it all next winter.  
I finished the Monument Men on Saturday and have yet to pick up a new book.  I thought I would start a new book on Sunday at work, but ended up calling in sick.   Flying and sinus infections do NOT mix well.  I've laid around but reading has not been part of the equation.  

Happy Yarn Along Wednesday.  

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  1. I would be thrilled to wear that sweater too Jen, it's beautiful!
    I hope you're feeling better, sinus infections are no fun.

  2. hope you find THE buttons, it is such a cute knitted sweater :) Have you looked on etsy? I haven't yet bought buttons but on podcasts they talk of the buttons they find (knitmoregirls podcast). She has a two year old that she knits for.

    feel better!!

  3. It looks wonderful! I have a hold on Monuments Men at the library - I'm really looking forward to reading it.

  4. What a great little sweater! I'm sorry you have been sick, hoping you are feeling better soon!

  5. This is such a sweet little sweater. My cousin is having a baby soon, maybe I'll this sweater a go!

  6. What a cute sweater! Oh dear - I hope you are feeling better. Sinus infections do NOT mix well with flying or any other part of traveling.

  7. feel better soon.....that coat is adorable!!!! hat to match????.....with a button on it, too!!!???

  8. Aw it's adorable! Definitely worth making a little bit bigger for children, they seem to time their growth spurt around finished woollies ;-)

  9. It is so pretty! And I love the fact that she is so excited about it :)


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