Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Yarn Along

I haven't made a whole lot of progress on my vest, but it has grown a little.
I don't mind though because I have been busy quilting my table runner. I am almost done with the quilting. I will a share a pic soon. 
I am in the middle of reading The House at Riverton. This is another great Kate Morton book. I don't want to put it down yet I don't want to read it too quickly. I want it to last. 
The humidity has broken here on Long Island. It is a gorgeous day. 
I am joining Ginny for Yarn Along today. What are you knitting/crocheting? What are you reading? Pop on over to her site to see what other bloggers are up to.
Just a quick update.
Thanks for stopping by!

16 comments:

Lisa said...

Glad your weather has improved...I remember the summer humidity and heat back in Pittsburgh (when I was a girl) and am thankful we don't have summers like that here in the Pacific NW. It's been a hotter than usual summer here, though, this year, so I'm thankful for the cool weather here today -- only supposed to be in the mid-70s! woo-hoo!

I'm still reading Jan Karon's latest Mitford title and am almost finished with my recycled yarn knitting project for the county fair!

xo Lisa

Gill - That British Woman said...

thanks for popping by and commenting on my blog. I like the sound of the book. Love the colour of your vest.

Donna said...

I love a good book that you don't want to put down. Isn't it nice now that the humidity is gone? It was such a nice breath of fresh air this morning.

Caroline said...

That is a beautiful blue! I also love when a book grabs hold and you must force yourself to slow down - enjoy!

nanacathydotcom said...

I've not tried Kate Morton yet. I shall search her out in the library.

Needled Mom said...

That is such a pretty shade of blue. You know it's a good book when you dread getting close to the end.

CathieJ said...

Yes, I feel like I can function better with lower humidity. I can even get out an go for a walk today.

CathieJ said...

This yarn keeps showing up blue, but it is really a bluish teal. Thanks for visiting.

CathieJ said...

You definitely should. Enjoy.

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Your vest will be lovely when finished, love the colour. Thanks for the book recommendation, I've added it to my list. I'm visiting from Yarn Along.

nocton4 said...

Book looks lovely, always hard when you want to devour it yet savour it at the same time
Great blue for your knitting
Happy days xx

CathieJ said...

Thank you.

karen said...

I liked all of her books, glad you do as well. I believe I see the progress of your vest, even if it's a tiny bit.

Mii Stitch said...

Great colour choice for your knitting project :)

Brigitte said...

Great progress on your sweater.
I still have to try a Kate Morton book but I have two on my shelves.

sylvia k. said...

Checking in late for your yarn along post. Thanks for commenting on our blog! I love Kate Morton, I have read 2 of her books so far. I also can never put them down! Have a lovely day!