Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Yarn Along




Tuesday morning finds me planning for this post, but I'm now helping out at my grandson's school one morning a week.  So I must apologize yet again for a bad picture taken late at night.

I enjoyed the Honey Cowl so much I decided to knit another.  I made a "mad" dash to the Mad Tosh store and picked up this beautiful skein of DK Twist in the Steam Age colorway.

I am still reading Longbourn and loving it!  My daughter Caitlin is waiting for me to finish it so I nead to get busy:)

Per my post last week.....the yarn and socks from Elizabeth are on their way. Look for an update soon as to the raffle.

Linking up with Ginny at Small Things!



17 comments:

  1. lovely colourway and pattern! yay for good reads! Lord have mercy on Elizabeth D!!!

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  2. beautiful yarn :) Lovely!! I tend to forget to photo and I'm not tending to grands!!

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  3. Will be a gorgeous cowl, Wanda! I start thinking of my y.a. post on Tuesday morning, too. :)
    Congrats on your daughter's engagement! xo

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  4. It must be nice to have a mad tosh store to rush too, I need one of those around here.

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  5. That colorway is lovely! My mom go Longbourn for Christmas and I'm looking forward to reading it too.

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  6. Wow, that is a very pretty yarn! Your cowl will be stunning - please show some pictures of the finished beauty!

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  7. Your new cowl is fabulous, love the color! I'm enjoying my bag so much. Every detail is perfect, I will be buying more in the future.

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  8. I'm anxious to read Longbourne also. Jo Baker will be speaking at The Dallas Museum of Art on March 19th to talk about the book. I'm very much looking forward to it.

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    1. Oh I mayneed to go!!!! I'm in Fort Worth:)

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  9. Mad Tosh is my favorite! That will make a lovely cowl.

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  10. Loved Longbourn! Your yarn looks so soft and squishy! :)

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  11. The yarn you are using is very pretty.

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  12. what beautiful yarn !!! Thank you for the book recommendation,

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  13. I agree with the above comments. . It's Lovely yarn.

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