Hello there - it's Wednesday, which besides being my middle sister's birthday, is also Unraveled Wednesday. I thought I would share what I'm knitting and reading because I am just that kind of person.
I just started reading this holiday-themed book on my Nook:
I read another in the series last December, and found it to be really interesting. I'm only on page 10 (because no one would stop asking me questions during lunch hour!), but so far it seems interesting.
And then on my way home, I'll stop at the library to pick up this book since my turn has come up on the hold list:
I've read good things about it, and am hoping they are true as far as my opinion of it goes.
Currently I have three projects on the needles: The Tim's fingerless mitts, my For the Birds sweater, and then this project that I cast on during the day on Thanksgiving. I'm a bit farther along now than in this photo:
For as many pairs of Christmas-themed socks that I have, and as much holiday yarn as I own, I do not have one pair of hand-knit Christmas socks, so I finally got my act together to remedy that. I bought a kit for these many many years ago, when I had just learned to knit, and when the idea of knitting a sock was incomprehensible to me. These are the Simple Holly Socks, by Mary Dominski. They will definitely be wear-around-the-house socks, since they are worsted weight, but that also means they will go pretty quickly when I actually choose to knit on them.
I can't believe that tomorrow is the last day of NaBloPoMo. I know for some people it's a struggle, but I have to say that there have only been a couple of times this year when I've wondered what I could post. I don't know if that means I have more to share, or if I don't care as much if whatever it is turns out to be inane.
Po-ta-toe, Po-tah-toe, right?