Wednesday, November 25, 2015

yarn along: silly

Hello, my friends, and welcome to my little corner again. The snow fell this week and we heaved a sigh of relief that maybe this winter will bring more snow and rain than last year and that maybe next summer wouldn't be quite so dry in the Pacific Northwest.  It is nice to see so much snow on Mt. Adams from our driveway view.  Thankful. 

I have more projects going right now than usual; if you've followed my story for any time it's pretty obvious I'm a one- - or at most, two - knitting WIP girl but here are three, not to mention the other little sewing projects I am working on.  I am nearly finished with the sweet foxy cowl for my friend's little one (the orange chunky Wool-Ease above), and have knit a few more rows on my Hitofude, and have a little something blue in the background that I can't talk too much about here.  The sun rises late and sets early now so that I often forget during the daylight hours to take my weekly bookish yarn photo until after dark.  Instead of trying again when I was dissatisfied with my photos this week I just had some fun with editing instead.  The colors in real life are much more vibrant than this pencil sketch filter. Silly. 

I am reading and savoring The Warden and the Wolf King, the final book of the Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson. So. Good.  Speaking of Andrew Peterson, here's a link to one of the songs on his Advent album. Today I am rejoicing that God provided a way for His judgement to pass over us by the incredible sacrifice Christ made in my place. Mmm.  Listen.  Rejoice with me. 

Happily linking up with the Yarn Along joy at Ginny's Small Things blog.  Leave me a note if you stop by and I'll be excited to visit you too if I haven't already!


  1. I have secret knitting as well and can't say much....but I want to :) Glad you had snow and I was wishing I did!!!

  2. I was so happy to see the snow yesterday also. We can see Mount Spokane from our windows and it's got a cap of snow on it. Finally! I'm hoping for a lot more this year that will help to ease the drought. Your knitting is looking beautiful.
    Blessings, Betsy

  3. Lovely song...rejoicing with you! :)