Knitting This Week

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 yarn and books.  While it seems I've not really made any progress on any project, I have three completely finished Colorado hats ready for the recipients.  And I have one hat on the hook and another partially finished.  That means I have the C and the hat, the ends are woven in.  I just need to make the fleece liner and sew it all together.  And then I only have five orders left!

I have started section three of the stitch block cowl I have been working on.  In fact, I've started it seven times.  With a little help from a mama in our Dragon Club (aka, crafting group) I am on the right path.  I am religiously using lifelines every six rows so I don't have to rip back too far if I make a mistake again.  I hope it is just cold enough to wear it this year.  It is March and that is our snowiest month...

I have read a string of bad or just ok books.  I am listening to Die Again (a Rizzoli & Isles story) by Tess Gerritsen.  And I am reading Unspoken by Lisa Jackson.  While both of them are suspense thrillers, they are a light enough & easy read that is just what I needed right now.

Happy Yarn Along Wednesday!

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  1. That looks real pretty Jen. I like those colors. Good idea with the lifeline. It does help!

  2. Your cowl looks squish ably soft and warm.

    You've got to love lifelines. I use them also. They've been a lifesaver. March is your snowiest month? Wow, snow is almost gone here; however, they are calling for some snow on Friday.

  3. Wow! That's going to be a gorgeous cowl. My step-mom is a life-line advocate. :) I've not used one and often wish I had... lol!

  4. I get a little sad when I read one to many mediocre books in a row. I try to read reviews now before diving into a book, that helps a little bit. lovely cowl!!


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