It's been a long time since I've done a Yarn Along. Now that life has calmed since the wedding, I feel like I can splurge on a little blog time.
Some of you may have noticed the new Etsy shop box on my sidebar. I'm putting all my (anxiety-driven) knitting time to good use by selling my hand knits in a shop. They are all newborn-sized (or close to newborn) hand knits and they are such a pleasure to knit...sweet colors, soft yarn, tiny little sleeves and leg cuffs. Fun, fun!
The item I'm knitting now is the Puerperium Cardigan (my Ravelry page link). Isn't it sweet? I can't wait to knit one for my own grandbaby, but in the meantime, I'll just get really practiced. The yarn is KnitPick's CotLin Dk in flamingo and I have sweet white pearl buttons to go with.
I just today finished listening to All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr. I took a couple breaks from it because war stories can be depressing, but by the time I was about three-quarters finished, I couldn't stop listening. It was difficult, however, keeping track of the different time frames (it jumps back and forth during times of WWII) while listening, so I plan to read the actual book. It was really that good.
Hooking up with Ginny and friends at Small Things.