Back to knitting and reading, which is why we are here in the first place, right? After the Great Tangled Yarn Disaster of 2017, I pulled another yarn out of my stash and started a different pattern. So far, so good. As a matter of fact, right now I am actually at the picking up stitches for the gusset phase.
The yarn is the Orange Tabby colorway from Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts Meow Yarn Collection. The pattern is a Ravelry freebie, Petty Harbour Socks. I am enjoying this knit, though I realized many rows later that I messed up at one point. Since it was many rows later, and the socks are for me, I'm not gonna worry about it.
And after much back-and-forth, I have finally chosen my card for Summer Book Bingo.
And I also have one square filled in so far - "Sub-title on the cover," which would be Flaneuse : Women Walk the City in Paris, New York, Tokyo, Venice and London, which was the book I had started last week. My thoughts on the book will be in my book report post later in the month, but - spoiler alert - it was disappointing.
Now I'm getting ready to start this book:
Originally I was going to read this because I was planning to sign up for an online writing course taught by the author, but our finances have changed, so I am now reading it because I have it from the library and I think it looks/sounds interesting. I'll let you know.
That's it for now. Have a good day, and enjoy your knitting, reading, or whatever else you do. I'm planning to make some of Clara Parkes' granola - YUM!