Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Yarnalong: "Made for More" and "Outline"

Today I'm linking up with Ginny, over at Small Things, who says, "Two of my favorite things are knitting and reading . . . 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?"

The book:

Dorothy Sayers' essay/book "Are Women Human?" has long been one of my favorites. And Hannah Anderson's "Made for More" feels like an expansion on much of what I love about Sayers' classic.

At least, it does so far!  I'll doubtless write a review when I finish it, and we can talk more about it then. :)

The knitting:

I'm knitting "Outline" by Beata Jezek (free pattern on Ravelry), using some Pagewood Farm Sock Bites and Valley Yarns Franklin (in "natural").

I started this on our family vacation to Oregon, and I'm enjoying the stripe-y goodness of this project. It's very much a potato-chip project: it's hard to knit for just one stripe.

What are you knitting these days? What are you reading?

Peace of Christ to you,
Jessica Snell

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