Wednesday, March 13

Yarn Along: Almost Over to Candleford...


I am two and a half inches away from dividing for the sleeves on my Tea Leaves Cardigan and I am two chapters away from finishing the first book in Lark Rise to Candleford.  I also downloaded Chic &Slim Connoisseur for free using the Kindle App on my phone yesterday (the book is able to be downloaded for free for only these two days), but probably won't get to it for awhile!  What are you knitting and reading?


14 comments:

Suzanne said...

Love the color yarn for the sweater. I have made this for my daughter and grandaughter--I should make myself one! I love the Lark Rise to Candleford series! The BBC show was wonderful:-)

Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley said...

Love Lark Rise. Love the Tea Leaves, too. Happy reading & knitting!

M. Emily said...

Hi Suzanne!

I've been watching the BBC series a little each night... it is so good!

M. Emily said...

Thanks, Lisa!

Amy Caroline said...

I am buying the yarn to start my tea leaves today! I hope I have the patience to make something for myself. It is a reward for loosing 60 pounds, so we will see!

Nat at Made in Home said...

Love the colour of your cardigan!

elizabeth said...

Yay! You are making some real progress on the tea leaves! lovely!

Emily said...

What a cute sweater! I am reading 20,000 leagues under the sea for our church's book club...not something I would chose for myself, but it's nice to have something at hand when I need a break!

M. Emily said...

That is so exciting Amy Caroline! Congratulations!

M. Emily said...

Thanks, Nat!

M. Emily said...

Thank you, Elizabeth! It seems slow going, but I feel like I'm made a lot of progress since last week:)

millefeuilles said...

Tea Leaves was my favourite pattern last year; both the child and adult version! Yours is looking very promising!

Warmest wishes from France,

Stephanie

M. Emily said...

I've never read 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Emily. Is it good?

M. Emily said...

Thank you Stephanie! There are many mistakes, but I am trying to overlook them:)

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