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May 07, 2014


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Really?! Two books about squirrels?! Oh my stars. Me and Peapod are on the same page I think ;-)

I am knitting on a blanket. Just finished reading Barbara Kingsolver's Lacuna, which I loved and am about to start her Flight Behaviour.


I find it easier to work from a chart when working on hexi or granny square blankets, that way all the thinking as been done before you start. Yours is really looking good, the colours are stunning.


Now I for sure need to read that book!
Also, the Flora and Ulysses is popping up on my radar everywhere.

The Blanket is exquisite!


I cannot wait to see your hexagon blanket when it's done! I've just started a ripple blanket for some friends. I need to pick myself a new book for bedtime, as I just finished one.


SUCH a beautiful photo of Peapod!!!! Have great week. Ros


Those book look great and your blanket is amazing!
I'm reading unlocked by john Scalzi and working on a bib for heather's grand baby to be.


Looking forward to seeing your blanket finished. I'm in awe of it as it looks very complicated to me!

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