10 Responses to “on needles: loose ends and dreaming”

  1. Hege says:

    I have Kate Mortons’ books waiting for me at the nightstand – just need to read a few other books fisrt 😉
    Have you read Snowchild? It’s a great book set in Alaska which I loved!
    And it’s better to knit too big rather than too small, right?
    Happy knitting!

  2. steph says:

    your needles look so pretty in that red yarn!!!

  3. karen says:

    I love that cardigan!!! You must knit it for yourself right now!!! Sorry the book has to go back.

  4. Heather says:

    So much goodness going on in your home. Love that green smoothie in there.

  5. Melissa says:

    Jane Richmond has some gorgeous patterns, doesn’t she? I do believe that you love Malabrigo as much as I do. It’s an expensive addiction.

  6. tess says:

    My Antonia is one of my all-time favorite books! I’m so sad you had to return it before finishing it! And I love that Grace cardigan – so pretty!

  7. heathermama says:

    the pebble vest is one of my all time favorite baby knits, so quick and sweet. don’t you love how kids just toss the knitted goodness aside. lol love the red for the mittens. 🙂

  8. lori says:

    oh rachel i like seeing your lovely photo when i come here! finishing up those loose ends is such a good feeling, good luck there. love your green smoothie and if you haven’t yet, read the snow child.

  9. The week snuck past me too. Time sure flies sometimes doesn’t it! Love the knits. Will have to check out the Benedict Book. Sounds like fun!

  10. Svenna says:

    Oooh, that cardigan looks lovely! I just ordered yarn for another shalom, time for some new cardigans..

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