This week I'm participating in Ginny's "yarnalong" - a celebration of books and knitting!
What I'm reading: "Facing East" by Frederica Mathewes-Green.
This is an old favorite. It's also one of the books that first helped me really understand the concept of the liturgical year, because this book is a (true) story about a year in the life of a young "mission" church, or, as I would say, a church plant. And the chapters are divided by the seasons of the church year.
It's lovely and lyrical. I'm enjoying sinking into Mathewes-Green's words again.
What I'm knitting: stocking stuffers for my girls. In this case: doll dresses for their American Girl dolls. I'm also working on a sweater for my son's favorite teddy bear, but I didn't manage to get a picture of that one yet. :)
I'm using this free pattern (Ravelry link) for the doll dresses, if anyone's interested. They work up quickly, though there are a LOT of ends to weave in when you're done, even if you don't do stripes!
Peace of Christ to you,