Wednesday, June 4

Yarn Along: Into the Wild...


I'm nearing the end of the Seashore Cowl and can't wait to try it on!  I really like the color of this yarn and hope that we get one or two cooler evenings when I can wear it.  What will I knit next?

A friend lent me Into the Wild.  It is a little darker than my usual fare, but I am enjoying it.  The author really has a way of drawing the reader in.  There is also an Into the Wild film that I may try to watch...  it's been recommended a few times. 

 I really like when the cover of my book looks good with my yarn, and today my children's breakfast matched both!  It's Summer Blueberry Cake.  I just substituted blueberries for the strawberries and it is even better (if that's possible!).


9 comments:

Donna said...

I love the feeling of closing in on the end of one project and thinking about what to knit next! I'm anxious to see how your cowl turned out. I am sure there will be cool enough evenings for you to be able to wear it.

Deborah Hamilton said...

Your cowl is very pretty. I like the color of blueberries. I saw the movie and found it to be a bit disturbing.

Maria said...

Chad and I tried to watch Into the Wild a few years ago and we both fell asleep. I think Cecil was an infant so that may have had something to do with it but the movie sure didn't help.

Andee said...

I love your fancy skein holder and the color of the yarn. That is such a pretty pattern.

elizabeth said...

very nice!!! :) and yummy for the breakfast!!!

Erin said...

I read Into the Wild in college and enjoyed the book- the movie not as much. Beautiful yarn!

CathieJ said...

Your cowl is quite pretty and your cake is making me hungry. I love blueberry cake. I have several recipes because I usually make one for my MIL for her birthday.

Sally Ann said...

Beautiful knitting and the cake looks delicious.

inallthingsrejoice said...

You and I really do have the same taste in books I guess! I think we'd be friends if we were in the same vicinity.

I, too, thought it was dark, but a very interesting read.

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