I make slow progress knitting in the passenger seat. Clicking away merrily. Enjoying the feel of soft yarn slipping through fingers that become small cogs in the knitting machine. Cars whizz by. I work another twenty rows before discovering the stitch dropped on row six. So busy watching speeding cars that I don't notice until it's too late to remedy on the move. I put it back into the bag to sort out later... I love this simple shawl and the way the kettle dyed yarn is knitting up. It doesn't matter that it's taking me far longer than it should to knit. I'm not quite ready for the process to finish.
I've just begun my almost, too pretty to read, book. Did you see the cool grey cover, the vintage print end papers, and book mark? An awesome gift from this amazing shop. I'm still more excited about the shop, the book, and knowing that's it's no longer neglected, than the contents yet. Thanks P. (I still haven't shown you the tea she brought, and apron that she crafted)
Thanks also to P, this has been the play list for my week...
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project: Stephen West's boneyard shawl
yarn: manos serena by manos del Uruguay
details: ravelry page
linking with ginny and nicole and tami