Joining in withÂ Ginny at Small ThingsÂ for yarn along this week.
Well as far as knitting goes, I’m in the negative. Â Jairah found my knitting bag the other day and obviously it was too much for him to see yarn on needles, so he so kindly unravelled my beret. Â At the time, we were in the crazy hour before getting the girls off to school, I told Greg that I needed to step outside for a minute or two and well, I cried. Â Crafting time is a little precious around here and the thought of having to cast on the beret for a third time overwhelmed me. Â I thought I would get around to casting it back on today, as we had a public holiday, but with everyone home, I ended up spending most of my day in the kitchen. Â At least we had yummy cinnamon scrolls for afternoon tea.
As for reading, I finished a Kindle book, called The Women of Magnolia by Marlene Mitchell. Â It was set in the Civil War era, based in the South. Â There were multiple story lines that intertwined throughout the book linking the characters together and the hardships they endured along the way. Â It certainly wasn’t dull and I quite liked the book as a whole.
I can’t wait to see what you have all been crafting. Â I always love hearing about different books you are reading too.