I am knitting away on my Shalom
, learning new stitches and looking forward to trying it on...soon. I had high hopes of having it done before we left for our little road trip but that won't happen. So I will be taking it along with me and knitting away when I get the chance.
Doula reading is still taking up most of my time, but I did crack open When Children Love to Learn
, and am enjoying it.
Joining in with Ginny
Kim, that is going to be super cute on you!!ReplyDelete
have a safe trip!! love the color (it looks similar to mine).ReplyDelete
Thanks Karen. It is Berroco Vintage, love it!Delete
yay, a shalom in GREY! i love that! I'm wearing my first Shalom right now, it's one of my favourite cardis!! Can't wait to see your's finished on you :)ReplyDelete
Have a lovely day!
It is my first cardi and I am so looking forward to wearing it. You know you guys will get the first pic :)Delete
I'm excited to see it! Have a good trip :)ReplyDelete
Me too :) Thank you.Delete
Shalom looks beautiful, Kim! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Renee :)Delete
Love the soft grey...beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thanks, I really like it too.Delete
It's going to be gorgeous. And a perfect project for the beach.ReplyDelete
Thanks Melissa, although I am not sure my little man will let me get any knitting done on the beach :)Delete
Oh, what a neat looking pattern--perfect for spring!ReplyDelete
That will look fantastic on you!ReplyDelete
Thanks Taryn :)Delete
It will be great Kim, just enjoy the process.ReplyDelete
Wanted to ask if you will make it down to Charleston during your visit? MB is just so far for me to get to this time of the year. My power is iffy right now,but will try and get an email to you before the beginning of the week.
I am enjoying it Tracey :) And yes, I do think we will be taking a little trip there. Let me know what days are good for you and I can plan a trip around your schedule :)Delete
Looking good!! It's going to be gorgeous. :)ReplyDelete
Lol, that was my "knit as we drive across Canada" sweater!! It is a lovely pattern. I really like the yarn you chose, can't wait to see it completed.ReplyDelete
Haha, how cool is that! Thanks, it is Berroco Vintage, love it!Delete
very pretty! enjoy your trip knitting, go safely kim!ReplyDelete
Thanks Lori :)Delete
I always like to take a little knitting on a trip. You never know when you're going to have an odd moment of waiting. I love how soft and squishy that yarn looks!ReplyDelete
I always have a little knitting with me wherever I go...you just never know, right?Delete
When do you take off? I do wish we could meet you along your travels, but it's not as close as that. And the baby boy does not yet love the car :)ReplyDelete
We leave next Wednesday Lisa. And I know, I looked it up. We would have been up for a drive your way for a day or two, but I know things have been crazy at your home and it is not the best time :)Delete
I love the color of your Shalom Kim!ReplyDelete
P.S. Have a great trip!
Hi Kim, I have just come across your blog via Soulemama, and wanted to respond to this post. 'When children love to learn' was edited and written by a lady I know, from the church I grew up in, here in Hampshire, England. I read it a few years ago and it influenced my own thoughts about eduation. I'm pretty sure that one of the articles in the book is by Susan Macaulay; she has been a long-time supporter of Charlotte Mason's approach to education, and is herself an inspiring woman. When I was little she was my sunday school teacher! I remember sitting in her sitting room with the other children, utterly spellbound as she told us a story. You could have heard a pin drop. Have fun knitting your Shalom. I've used that pattern twice and loved it so much, I'm very tempted to make another one! Sounds perfect road trip knitting, I'd say. Very best regards, HannahReplyDelete
Oh wow, how amazing that must have been. I was reading a little more last night and I just find myself nodding my head agreeing with so much of it. It is my first foray into Charlotte Mason, I am really enjoying it. Thanks so much for sharing :)Delete
Loving the Shalom, although had to do a little unknitting last night, which didn't make me too happy, but it was my fault for not paying attention. Back on track now :)
Thanks so much for your message on my blog. x HannahDelete