Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Yarn Along




I'm enjoying my Less Is More sweater. I'm anxious to start with some different colors - the first 3 skeins were very similar so it doesn't look like I have switched skeins at all!  

I needed a little light reading so I picked up "Fresh Air....50 Ways To Experience the Best Things About Country Life Wherever You Are" by Julie Murphree. Very short stories about a page long. Perfect. 

Linking up with Ginny

17 comments:

fjord girl said...

That handspun is SO pretty! Cant wait to see the finished project.

Tracey ~ Clover said...

I want to knit that sweater, I love it.
I will remember your book, some nights it's all I can do to read just one page :)

Carole Julius said...

That's really pretty handspun.

Janet said...

Beautiful handspun. Love those blues.

Reinventing Mother said...

Beautiful yarn!!!

Jayne said...

Love the colours in that yarn - it will look wonderful. That book sounds great too.

elizabeth said...

looks lovely! I know, sometimes we need to read something light! :)

karen said...

the book sounds good!! love that knitting and I can see some color changes :) Lovely yarn :)

steph said...

your handspun is knitting up beautifully!!! and the book actually sounds like a perfect read....it's just been added to my list! (ohhhhh, that list!)

sweetlittlewood said...

Wow! I like that pattern and I always am amazed by anyone who can spin and knit their own home spun. I did a little spinning while I still had a wheel and I'm sure I could never get enough yarn for a whole sweater... let alone make it uniform enough to look as beautiful as yours! Amazing skills!

Kim said...

Oh my but that yarn is beautiful and short little stories are sometimes just the ticket!
xxoo

Evelyn Hender said...

oh that yarn is gorgeous! The FO is going to be beautiful

Ginx Craft said...

Your wool looks so soft and snuggly, and beautiful colours.

flyingjen said...

It certainly is gorgeous yarn and it looks so soft!

Mama Gone Green said...

I didn't think you had switched yarns at first either, but now that you mention it i can tell. It's all so pretty though....

erica said...

you knit with the most beautiful colours... love your sweater!!!

mamabyrd said...

That sounds like a really fun book. I could use some little short stories for the little short bits of free time I have.

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