I’m always making something and rarely go a day without reading. I enjoyed seeing everyone’s posts on Ginny’s Yarn Along, now it’s finished I decided to host my own version. Come and share what you’re making and reading every Wednesday. Get inspired by others’ projects and motivated to finish your own. You might pick up good book recommendations too.
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I popped into the library yesterday to find a book on sewing with jelly rolls. I wasn’t successful but did pick up Half Yard Gifts by Debbie Shore. The pyramid paper weight looks like a nice little project. While there I looked through my notes on my iPhone and found I’d added book recommendations from magazines in 2015, so it seemed like time to try finding some of them! If You go Away by Adele Parks is set in Edwardian England. Débutante Vivian Foster is seeking the marriage proposal that will seal her triumphant season into society. What could go wrong? It seems well researched, is well written so far and I’m intrigued…
My last two little Star Ripple blankets were 30″ across and this is not far-off. I’m enjoying the crochet; it’s a pretty pattern and easy to do but I might stop soon. It’s meant to be a scrap buster project using leftovers from the Blackberry Ripple blanket and I’m running out of colours.
Did you spot that my posts for Blog Every Day in May (BEDM) stopped after seven? I didn’t run out of ideas, but my goodness it’s a big ask in terms of time and energy. I also started to feel like I was just spamming everybody with posts! A week was pretty good, I’m happy with that.
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Lovely colours there, I see it’s still not linking back! Well done on managing a week of blog posting, it does take a lot of time to write a post.
It won’t – as I found out last week it’s because it’s a WP blog. Ah well. Might change providers if I can find a better one.
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Looking at your ripple is so comforting. I’m afraid I haven’t touched my knitting for days. I’ve been a bit loopy from allergies.
That’s a lovely reaction to it. Thank you!
Oh poor you. I hope things improve soon Stefanie.
Your colors in your star blanket really work well together. I need to carve out some time for reading.. have a great weekend! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)