This sweater has been on the needles for a while. I just searched through my archives and I realize it has been at least since November which is the first time I posted about it. I put it down around Christmas time because I wasn’t really devoting any extended time to knitting. As we seem to settle back into more of a routine this new year my fingers are beginning to feel the itch to knit once again. I have been working a row here and a row there as I go about my day with the girls. I am almost ready to bind off the arms which should make knitting up the body of the sweater go a little faster.
I can feel myself beginning to wax poetic about how great it would feel to finish all my unfinished projects. Ones that have been on the needles since November; ones that need to be ripped back and restarted; ones that just need to be seamed while they still will fit, you get the idea.
Last week, all I did was read The House at Riverton by Kate Morton. Morton created a wonderful post WWI world where I became immersed in learning about the characters and each of their secrets. The story weaves together the lives of the servants and those they serve. Like Downton Abbey, but only a book. Do you watch that show? You really should.
I began Wildwood. So far, so good. I am trying to get back into our normal routine, so I am only reading a little bit here and a little bit there. Have any of you read it? Thoughts?
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