Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Cheery Yellow and a Beautiful Book! ~ Yarn Along ~

I am doing a series of yellow dish clothes...


The kitchen cotton is such a great yarn to knit with!


I am just loving my re-read of Elizabeth Goudge's
I read part of it after dinner to Mr. Husband...he was
laughing and delighted.
Well written words carved carefully but with lightness
and characters who just delight.
Classic Good Elizabeth Goudge.
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7 comments:

Elizabeth @ The Garden Window said...

I read Gentian Hill every year <3

I am still knitting blanket squares and baby hats for Syrian refugees; I a trying a new hat pattern using a set of double-pointed needles :-)

karen said...

There is something so soothing to knit a washcloth! They are quick and instant fun :)

Reinventing Mother said...

I found an Amazon Copy!

Matushka Anna said...

Very cheery yellow! My oldest is knitting us some bright new washcloths out of cotton yarn.

Elizabeth @ TGW: I have a small stack of squares and a few other things for L.I.L.Y., but I haven't mailed them yet. It seems to be an intimidating (and expensive) process.

Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley said...

I'm going to have to look that book up... I'm still knitting copycat washcloths while at the river with my kids. Hope you're having a good week, Elizabeth!
xo Lisa :)

Lisa said...

I have not read that one - got to remember it!

Sara said...

Elizabeth Goudge - yes. A wonderful writer; have you ever read her autobiography, The Joy of the Snow? She's my favorite, in case I haven't already said so ten times already. ;-)