Monday, November 16, 2015

It's Monday! Crochet it!

Yes I'm still tired but I'm working through it. ;) This past week or so my little sister and I have been working hard to crochet in preparation for a Holiday Market that a group of people at my church are doing. We're using this as a marvelous excuse to watch more period dramas since it is far more fun to watch something while crocheting. My little sister makes the most adorable American Girl doll sized dresses and I make everything from christmas tree ornaments to baby hats. It's so much fun! :) Unfortunately this has kind of cut into my reading time but I'm still keeping on track for the most part.

Currently reading

  • Doctor Thorne by Anthony Trollope 

Finished this week

  • Carry on Mr. Bowditch by Jean Lee Latham (re-read) 

Coming Soon

  • The Fields of Home by Ralph Moody (re-read)
  • Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier
  • All Quiet on the Western Front by Remarque
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  1. I once knew how to crochet...I edged things a lot, but it's been years. I'm sure I wouldn't know how at this point...Enjoy!

    Thanks for sharing...I have Rebecca on my stacks to reread.


    1. I've edged blankets before. They really add a beautiful touch. :)

  2. What a wonderful way to crochet and give. I saw some adorable little girls hats on Facebook that were crocheted, I saved the post because you never know one day I might!

  3. I just borrowed Rebecca by DuMaurier for our current mystereadventure reading theme. Hope I get to read it before year ends. :)

  4. I can't crochet (I can barely knit) - sounds like you are having a great time :)

  5. I didn't know (or forgot) that you crochet! I just bought myself some beautiful hand-spun and hand-dyed yarn and am making myself a pair of fingerless gloves with them. So much fun!


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