So glad you decided to go for LitB and that you're enjoying it. The wrap is so elegant!
When I made my last Audible purchase I went back and forth about LitB and ended up with Harry Potter. Now I want to hear book two but you've tempted me again! :-) That wrap is lovely!
The polka Dot Scarf looks just like a cloud of love - it will be wonderful for Renie to put this on and feel your friendship and love.After reading Vicki's post, I have Lincoln in the Bardo on hold (e-book) from my library. It hadn't really sparked anything with me, but everyone who has read it (or listened to it) has had glowing reviews. So I'm in!Gah! my Field Guide still hasn't arrived!!! Of course, I could download the pattern from my library...just thought of that. I'm off to have a look.
The wrap is GORGEOUS. I love the color! I am reading LitB in book-form, and it is fabulous that way, too. :-)
Yet another comment on the gorgeousness of your wrap! I'm not sure the math of managing 10 more repeats before tomorrow works out, but I'm certainly not going to underestimate your knitting! I just got LitB from Overdrive at McCracken Library (with no holds!) so I'm anxious to get started on this highly-recommended book. Nick Offerman, David Sedaris and a cast of more than 100 others ... sounds interesting!
Beautiful wrap...eager to see the finished piece. Knit on!Cheers~
looking gorgeous and wispy beautiful! sometimes it's the simple details that count.
I love the color of your wrap, it's gorgeous! I'm reading LitB in book form & it is amazing!
I love your discipline! (Especially since I have none at all... I am casting on today!)
You are further along than last time I saw this-you can do it!
That purple is stunning! Dale really enjoyed Lincoln in the Bardo, I plan on reading it soon.
That wrap is gorgeous! I have a very strong desire, from time to time, to look at that book! I love the audio, but am going to need to hold that book at some point.
Thanks for the feedback!