My First Heel

I have completed Week #3 of Marly Bird's KAL. This has been a great learning experience and finally got me to cast on socks! The stitch pattern is Eye of Partridge. This section went very quickly, so now I am awaiting Week #4's instructions. I am so glad I cast on both socks. It will … Continue reading My First Heel

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Book Date

Joining Book Date with this weeks reads. I finished listening to The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper and loved it! If you are looking for a good audio book, try Arthur. The narrator is wonderful and it is a sweet story of a man discovering his wife's past. My current listen is The Book of … Continue reading Book Date

Yarn Along

Joining Yarn Along and Book Date. I finished listening to The Wright Brothers and I LOVED it! Ever since I heard David McCullough narrate Ken Burns' Civil War, I have loved his voice and felt like I was watching a Wright Brothers documentary in my own head as I listened. I learned a great deal … Continue reading Yarn Along

Book Date

Hello! I am still reading my current read, Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows. This past week I finished two audiobooks. The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin came on my radar via Quince & Co. Yarns. There was a blog post about Chloe's knitting and how people were knitting items in the color way of the book … Continue reading Book Date

Books and Paint

Today is Monday, time to join up with Book Date. This weeks read is Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows by Balli Kaur Jaswal: When Nikki takes a creative writing job at her local temple, with visions of emancipating the women of the community she left behind as a self-important teenager, she’s shocked to discover a … Continue reading Books and Paint

Yarn Along

  Joining Ginny's monthly Yarn Along Since finishing Ann Patchett's Commonwealth (which I loved), I have mostly been listening to audio books as I painted my craft room, commuted to work and did some Olympic Knitting. First, I listened to the 4th installment of The Sleuth Sisters-Sleuthing at Sweet Springs. At a local nursing home, … Continue reading Yarn Along