Wednesday, November 14, 2012

{yarn along} deja vu

Look familiar?

This isn't the shawl I showed you last week. I made a mistake knitting from the chart (be careful when you pick up a project after it's sat for a week and think you know what you're doing!) and wound up frogging the entire thing and starting over  from scratch. On the bright side, I think I've finally figured out this stitch pattern and can see what's supposed to be happening where.

My list of books I want to read is steadily growing, thanks to the Yarn Along, and the library's online card catalog. This week, I made my way through Cherry Ames, Cruise Nurse and The Mystic Ball, the first of the Judy Bolton books that I've read. Young girls of the 1930s must have been very educated about seances and fraudulent psychics!

For more fun projects to drool over, check out On the Needles at Patchwork Times and WIP Wednesdays at Tami's Amis.


Denise :) said...

LOL on your comment about young girls of the 30's!! Sorry you had to restart your knitting project! It looks pretty, from what I can see! :)

Unknown said...

Funny insights on the girls of the 30s....grinning as I thought about it. I too am knitting this winter. Socks are simple for me and much loved in the northern hemisphere!
You gotta leave yourself a note when you do stuff like the photo.


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