Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Yarn Along



I'm in a bit of a crunch: I am hoping to give the girls their tiny tea leaves for the equinox, which means I have under two weeks to knit, finish, and block (which in these humid days has been taking me at least two days)! I cast on Lily's yesterday, and I'm hoping to have the body done by Friday, which feels a bit ambitious seeing as how I can only usually knit during our afternoon family quiet time or after the little ones are in bed. We'll see if it works out!

And to make matters worse, I am entirely pulled into My Antonia, which I absolutely adore so far: as the daughter of Eastern European immigrants myself, it is quite shocking to re-imagine the American narrative with my own type of people in the leading roles. I am torn between reading and knitting, we'll see which wins out.

Joining in with the Yarn Along again this week!

5 comments:

Spinneretta said...

Awwwww cute baby legs ;)
I find the smaller projects travel quite well- so I can carry them around the house so I can work on them whenever possible :)

Adele said...

How clever! I think I need to work on being able to knit without focusing on it... with this sweater, that should be easier once I finish the yoke. :-)

Lori ann said...

babies and knitting, two of my favorite things! darling little legs and oh that yellow wool!

Adele said...

Two of my favorite things, too! Thanks, Lori ann!

Margo said...

oooh, My Antonia is such a lovely lovely book. Makes me want to read it again, thanks.