Sunday, September 24, 2006
The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle. So head to your local library, your local bookstore or log on to Amazon.com and get ready to read and knit!
Friday, September 22, 2006
Hello Everyone! I have finally taken photos of my Knit One, Kill Two project. I kept thinking about the colors in the House of Lambspun yarn shop and decided on this colorful ribbon. My beautiful model is Star, my 11 year old lab/rottie mix baby. She was more than willing to wear the scarf for me.
The second one is a closeup of the colors and details. I have also put them on the WhoDuKnit yahoo group too.
I have finished with the second in the series and only three chapters away from being finished with the third book. I can't wait for the fourth one to hit the shelves.
Thursday, September 21, 2006
Sunday, September 17, 2006
Don't forget to vote for the October book here
The book with the most votes will be our October book, and the one with the second most will be our November book. That way, you will all have plenty of time to
find a copy.
Projects for Knit One, Kill Two are not due until October 15, so you
still have plenty of time to knit and post your project.
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to join, please send me an e-mail. Also, let me know if you want
your name linked to your blog.
Hope you have had a chance to do some knitting and reading this weekend!
Saturday, September 16, 2006
The raspberry sweater was mentioned so much (In both books, I think) that when my mother-in-law gave me a huge amount of Raspberry Boucle, I felt I had to do it. It's also the first project I have sewn with the intent of keeping for myself, so I am excited about that.
I am not a petite woman, so it may take a while...
Sunday, September 10, 2006
I Finished reading the book Knit One, Kill Two by Maggie Sefton and also finished my project. Since I am really new at knitting I tried my hand at knitting a scarf. If any character in the book were to wear this it would probably be Jennifer. I just loved the ribbons coming out with this yarn. It really was easy to work with. The yarn was called Breeze. And that reminded me of Jennifer's spirit and attitude.
I got my hubby to model it! He is the one hiding behind the book!!