That means linking up to Ginny's yarn along :)
I have to admit, I love this day. It's a great benchmark to show what I've knitted and read in the past week. I miss being in school. (it's been many many many years since I was in school) but you know what I mean. I still like to learn new things, read some new great books and I think this little Wednesday yarn along gives me just the incentive I need to accomplish this. It adds a little fun into the daily grind of real life.
So without further a do....
This is what I am working on this week.
The body of my Small Things Sweater is complete.
This will be a gift for my girlfriend's 4th little baby. She doesn't know what she is having so I knitted this up with a beautiful turquoise/sea green color. I'm struggling with what buttons to use!!!!
I really want something fun. Not just simple buttons. I've been on etsy for hours but still can't decide.
I have to knit up the sleeves next.
I picked up this book Ocean Breezes at the library last week.
I don't usually make scarves. I don't know why. Just don't. So, maybe this book will inspire me.
PLUS I just found out that I won a gorgeous skein of yarn on a blog giveaway that might be perfect for one of these scarves! woohoo.
Close up of the sweater.
And it's finally time for Chase to have a new sweater. This little pattern is so easy. It was the first sweater that I ever knitted up for my older boys. The problem back then was I didn't know what I was doing and I didn't know how to bind off loosely. This always made it interesting when I had to pull it off their heads!!!!!! I'll do it right this time. I'm using some tan Quince & Co. Lark yarn from my stash bin. I bought it right after I had him so it's high time it gets turned into something!
It's starting to look and feel like Fall over here at the Jersey Shore :)
As much as I LOVE summer, I do love the fall.
My husband knows how much I love my jeans, sweaters and cowboy boots.
It's that time!!!
Have a great Wednesday. Can't wait to see what everyone else is knitting and reading.