Mar 16, 2011

Yarn along - I'm back

~ Two of my favorite things are knitting and reading, and the evidence of this often shows up in my photographs. I love seeing what other people are knitting and reading as well. So, what are you knitting or crocheting right now? What are you reading? Take a single photo and share it!~ Ginny

after finishing my mittens there was a little bit of each color left (apart from the dark caramel blue) ... almost half of each skein actually, but not enough for new project so I made a couple of squares for my crazy blanket - the square swapping thing is still on, I just need to find some time and write a post for it with some rules and ideas :) - I promise I'll do it soon - start crafting your crazy squares for swapping :) I have a lot of them :)

and I've been reading a book called "love me ironically" by E. Matkin - pretty nice, easy reading...

it's a book from thousands of books which were left on different places all around the country, which you can find, read and than leave somewhere else - and all the stories of books found and passed on are recorded on the internet so it's really cool :)


  1. What a great idea for the square swapping! I look forward to learning more!! And I think your squares are so cute!! I had to catch up on your blog a little, sorry about your biochem. Tough class I'm sure.

  2. Well, I am a great lover of books and 'love me ironically' sounds like something right up my alley. I have never heard of it before so thank you so much for the intro.

  3. Dropping in as part of Yarn Along to say "hi".

  4. I haven't crocheted in such a long time...your squares remind me how much I want to get back into it!

  5. I need some crochet squares like these in my life for spring. I have some leftovers that would make great grannies... Thanks for inspiring me!

  6. Good use of left over yarn.
    Have a great week!

  7. What a pretty range of blues!
    The idea behind the book is intriguing!

  8. Your squares looks so great! I love the blues with that pop of yellow!