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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Yarn Along 2014 {six}


Knitting: Cabled Tunic, size 12 months



Yarn: Red Heart Gumdrop
Reading: Orthodoxy (Moody Classics)



I have looked through my stash, and I have planned to knit at least six baby items in a row. There is something very satisfying about knitting baby items. Since I do not currently have a baby, I plan to give all the items as gifts. Look out if you have a baby or will soon have a baby because I will probably knit something for your little one!

I started reading Orthodoxy, written by G.K. Chesterton. It has been on my list for a long time. I found it free for my Kindle, so I figured now is a good time to read it. I am several chapters into it, and I like it, but I must admit that I have not fully understood everything that I have read! Ha! I am not going to let that stop me because everything I do understand is brilliant!

I finished two knitting projects recently, my secret knitting and a scarf that sat for many months waiting to have the ends sewn in and to be blocked.


Secret knitting: Marilla's Apron, from Green Gables Knits
Scarf: Saroyan


Joining Ginny for Yarn Along.




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9 comments:

  1. Loving the cabled tunic and the bright colors!

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  2. Lots of fun colors! I've never read Chesterton, but I've seen many brilliant quotes from him over the years. I should put him on my reading list as well. Thanks!

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    1. You definitely should put Chesterton on your reading list. :)

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  3. So many pretty projects. I love the colors in all of them. So appropriate for the gloomy grey winter :-)

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  4. Oh my that tunic is fantastic! I love the yarn you chose. So bright and cheerful. Your cape and scarf are pretty also.

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  5. You have been one busy knitter! Lovely projects -- I especially like the apron pattern! So pretty! We have read some Chesterton but not that particular book; glad you are sticking with it! I find it's always worth it in the end when I'm not getting everything to just plod along as things seem to make more sense by the end. I found this to be true when we recently read Of Plymouth Plantation -- the sentence structure was so much more complicated back then! Blessings, ~Lisa

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