Two of my favourite things are knitting and reading, and the evidence of this often shows up in my photographs. I love seeing what other people are knitting and reading as well. So, what are you knitting or crocheting right now? What are you reading? Joining Ginny for Yarn Along.
Gasp!!! Yes, those are empty needles you see, how can that be? Well, I finished up Reece's hat, just in time for Yarn Along this week and have not yet cast anything else on. But don't worry, the next project is picked out and I am off to the yarn shop tomorrow. Looking forward to sharing my new project with you next week.
I am still reading Coyote's Guide to Connecting with Nature and loving it. It really speaks to the part of me that is so connected to nature and the outdoors.
For now I leave you with some pictures of my little man and his new hat.
What are you knitting and reading this week?
Happy Yarn Along!
Sweet hat, and what a photogenic little model!ReplyDelete
What a perfect hat - and such a handsome little guy. Can't wait to see what you cast on next.ReplyDelete
Thanks Gretchen. Picked up yarn today for my next project, this time something for me :)Delete
Holy cow! Look at that sweet face. You are doing to have your hands full as he gets older ;) The hat's pretty cute too! Actually, the hat is awesome...might have to make myself and adult version.ReplyDelete
Awe, thanks Melissa. I have my hands full now :) I am thinking I need one of those hats too!Delete
A charming hat for a charming boy...I love the expression on the third picture...reminds me of my littlest.ReplyDelete
What a sweet face and smile he has. Looks like he's enjoying his new hat very much.ReplyDelete
Thanks and yes, he does love his hat. He was wearing it today and it was 18 degrees outside :)Delete
He looks proud of his new hat :) You did a great job :)ReplyDelete
He loves it! And thanks :)Delete
He's so cute and the hat fits him like a glove, if you'll pardon the pun!ReplyDelete
I think the hat is perfect! Love your little model :)ReplyDelete
I love the third picture and the last one! Empty knitting needles? Oh, the shame of it! The shame! Can't say that has happened to me in at least eight years. What does it feel like? I love nature, too...just got back from a nice long walk in the mountains with my little Westie. :-)ReplyDelete
I know, terrible to have empty needles, but not for long. Got new yarn today, pattern is ready to go, and my needles are calling my name :)Delete
Great job on the hat... and what a sweet little guy!! I love all the expressions in his face. That last one is awesome.ReplyDelete
cute hat! :)ReplyDelete
oh what a little darling! such cute photos of your boy in his new hat. :)ReplyDelete
Awe, thanks :)Delete
I borrowed Radical Homemakers by Shannon Hayes from a friend yesterday... and when my little bird decides he wants to sleep again at night, then I shall break open that spine! :)ReplyDelete
Oh no, sleepless nights, I remember those, hang in there, it will change soon.Delete
I was suppose to jump into that book for a little online book club with Little Homestead in the Desert, but I have just not had the time. So for now I am enjoying KC's review and commentary and hopefully we read it soon. Let me know what you think when you finally get a chance to do some reading.