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May 07, 2014

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kate

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.

mamasmercantile

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.

blair

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

The Blanket is exquisite!

josiekitten

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.

snoopydog

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

Lindsey

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.

Bridget

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

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