yes yes...my fuchsia scrap blanket is still on the needles.
i was running low on fuchsia so i unravelled this scarf (do you remember it???)
i'm not a multi-project knitter...
so i'm afraid you will have to watch this one grow for a bit longer.
to change things up a bit, i thought i would photograph it out on the deck, under bright sunshine.
to my surprise... the true hues of the colours i am using actually came out.
i finished semple's where'd you go bernadette and nicholls' us !!!
both books were easy reads and so enjoyable,
i was impressed by how semple delved into the subject of environmental architecture
and how nicholls handled the complications of the father/son relationship.
i would highly recommend both,
but be forewarned...though both started off in comedic tones, they hit very tragic lows!!
now, i've started california by edan lepucki
i discovered the title while in powells bookstore in portland, oregon.
i'll tell you more about it next week.
what are you knitting and/or reading?
care to share?