Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God. Then the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
Phil 4:6-7

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Yarning Along...


 ...with Ginny at Small Things.

I've not had much reading time in the past week, just a few minutes while I'm stirring a pot or drying my hair -- Faith has been sick since Friday and you know having a sick child consumes a lot of time. I have had some knitting time, however, a few minutes here and there on a dish cloth add up to a whole dish cloth.

This pattern is one I just made up as I went a long, but I like it and I'll have to write it down as I complete the second. The yarn is Sugar and Cream in Wooded Moss. I like the Sugar and Cream better than the Peaches and Cream -- it feels more sturdy, if you know what I mean.

I just picked up this book from the shelves where it has been since my mother-in-law loaned it to me. I'm not holding out much hope for reading much this week, or really until the graduation party in June, but one never knows. The title is Somewhere More Holy by Tony Woodlief.

Join Ginny for more knitting and reading.



  1. I hope your little one is feeling better soon. I really like the colors of your project :)

  2. How is Faith feeling? I hope her tummy is better! We've got some kind of crud at our house...it involves lots of coughing episodes and lemon tea!

  3. The Sugar'n'Cream feels softer too doesn't it? I've made summer tops for my kids with the SnC and always loved the way they turned out.

    Hope your daughter is feeling better.


  4. Oh, my goodness, Barbara! I think I'm knitting the same type of pattern. Stockinette stitch with garter stitch boarder. Mine is not a dish cloth, though. It's a washcloth, but it could just as easily be a dish cloth I suppose. It depends on the intent of the user, doesn't it.

    It's always nice to see your Yarn Along posts. :)
    God bless.

  5. After a second look at your pic I realize there are ridges every so many rows. How neat!


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