Yarn Along – 1 More Finished

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On Wednesday’s knitters go to Ginny’s to share all the wonderful projects being worked on, finished, frogged, cried over, and learned from. They also tell what they are reading and a little of the storyline or provoking thoughts. I think it is great. So many books, knitting ideas and hints on how to make knitting more enjoyable

july 5 finished sans and sea 001
Finished and delivered on Sunday,
the little man was not impressed,
but the parents liked it a lot.
july 5 finished sans and sea 003

This week, after finishing Sand and Surf, Wendy’s Summer Mystery Shawl grew on my needles. Now I am on the third chart, my cake of yarn has a big hole in the middle, causing me to wonder, will I have enough yarn to complete this shawl? I bought a yarn yardage measuring gadget-I forget exactly what it is called- to see if measuring will give me a clue. I’ll have to message Wendy.

I finished reading The Apothecary’s Daughter, it was a good light summer book. Now I’m reading The Silent Governess, by the same author Julie Klassen. In the car I’m listening to Under Orders by Sick Francis. I like Dick Francis’ books a lot, there is always a little twist in them.

Knitting and books – Here

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  1. there is nothing like delivering a project completed! I think it looks lovely and how fun you still have a project on the needles, I’m partial to lacework 🙂

    • always projects on my needles

  2. Sweet blanket. Those colours are lovely.

    • thanks, I can’t remember how many of these I’ve made,

  3. Love the blanket! It can be so nerve-wracking not knowing if you have enough yarn to finish the project … It can be thrilling to have just enough to reach the end, but it’s pretty frustrating to run out at the bind-off! Hope you have plenty. 🙂

    • thanks, it seems like the amount of yardage was mislabeled. I wish i didn’t have to buy a second skein for just 200 yards.


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