My Yarn Along for this week isn't very exciting. I'm working on a few different things, but after making our solstice woven suns, I decided to use some of the yarn to make a few dishcloths so that's the most recent knitting that's been in my hands. The Peaches and Creme yarn is such a great colorway of pink, orange and yellow that it's perfect for a summery dishcloth. I just finished reading A Father's Love, which is by David Goldman and follows his journey to reclaim custody of his kidnapped son. A powerful, emotional journey, for sure. He has my greatest sympathy and utmost respect.
And here's a little peek of something that we're working on that I can hopefully share later in the week.
What is that stuff? I heard that guy on NPR--I will have to add the book to my list.ReplyDelete
Love the colorway. We need more dishcloths, too.ReplyDelete
btw, did you get a new camera?
Wonderful colors in your dishcloth. I love knitting dishcloths -- they come together quickly and make something pretty and useful. Plus it's a great way to practice new pattern stitches -- I figure if I mess up, it's not a big deal since I'm using affordable yarn and I'm going to use to wash dishes (not wear to fancy places!).ReplyDelete
Pretty dishcloth! Now I am intrigued about what you are working on!ReplyDelete
Ahh, yes. I remember hearing about his story on Dateline or something like that. I was glad when his son was FINALLY returned to him.ReplyDelete
You're about about that summery colorway! I have a skein of that somewhere around here. I think I'll have to dig it out and make something with it soon.ReplyDelete
That book sounds excellent. Yarn Along is responsible for a lot of new exciting reads at my house!ReplyDelete