Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Yarn Along






Last week I found a blanket made of hand spun scraps while on Ravelry. Needless to say I started one. I don't have nearly as many hand spun scraps as I thought I did. Hmmmm....  I'll be spending some time in the yarn room organizing this weekend. There has to be some hiding. 

I'm finishing up "Hannah's List."  This is my least favorite of the series so far. In the meantime I got a happy email yesterday from the library saying "A Man Called Ove" was available for download. So I'm listening to that and enjoying the old guy. 

What are you reading and creating these days?





11 comments:

Becca said...

A scrap blanket looks like a great way to chronicle your handspun adventures! :)

AsKatKnits said...

I love that blanket! It is really beautiful!! In my ears is Dead Water by Ann Cleeves :)

Carole Julius said...

I bet you will love Ove! I'm reading Miller's Valley and I'm almost done. I'm not knitting much at all.

CathieJ said...

Your blanket looks great. I am sure you will find some more scraps somewhere.

Alina said...

Love the idea of a scrap blanket, so perfect for leftovers! The colors are lining up perfectly!

mamasmercantile said...

The perfect project to have ongoing so that you can use scraps as and when you get some.

Sarah said...

Beautiful blanket!! I love that idea!

karen said...

I really enjoyed that book immensely! Your blanket is looking quite beautiful :)

Laura Gesin said...

My grandmother used to make scrap blankets, and they were beautiful just like yours... yet another reason to learn to crochet!

Janet said...

Using scraps of handspun is a great idea for saving those spinning memories. I just finished Hannah's list and felt the same way, not my favorite but I didn't want to skip it in the series. I'm reading Three Wishes now, just a few pages in.

thecrazysheeplady said...

I completely fell in love with Ove :-D.

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