Wednesday, October 7, 2015
I really ought to be working on crocheted holiday gifts right now, but I was drawn back to Hensfoot this weekend and there I have stayed. I really love working on this blanket and watching it grow - which it does quickly. The best part is that it's now long enough to cover my knees while I work, which is coming in handy since our change to more autumn-like weather. The incidental warm lap is, to me, one of the greatest joys of crocheting a blanket.
I should be working my way through my bag of library books too, but I'm not. I'm reading this book, Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout, which I picked up last week on our Private Friday trip to a charity-run thrift store. We donated clothing and received a discount voucher in return. I bought four books and a picture frame. I just started this book but I like it so far; Strout's novel Amy and Isabelle is one of my favorite books so I have high hopes for this one.
Joining in with Ginny's Yarn Along