As one sweater ends, another begins

My next few weeks: two rows, twelve chapters in.

I finished finishing the Kerouac cardigan on Sunday morning and cast on before bed on Monday night for an EZ Bog Jacket. I’m having a micro knit-a-long, i.e. two-person, with my dearest pal Sean.

Why start one thing when you can start two? I’ve finally cracked open Rachael’s novel, How to Knit a Love Song. I’m pretty smitten with it. I suspect it will be finished long before the knitting.

Not much more to say here. Run on over to Clara’s blog for some thoughts I’m trying to sit with in my own life.

4 Responses to “As one sweater ends, another begins”

  1. Darci Says:

    OMG you will love the book. I am half way through her second novel and loving it just as much. There is an amazing cardigan pattern embedded in the story – Perhaps your next cast-on?

  2. Jeremy Says:

    Oh, honey. Her second one is just as good, as is the short story. I should be getting #3 here pretty soon. I can’t WAIT for it.

  3. shadkitty Says:

    I read that book all in one sitting! Couldn’t put it down. Even talked my mom into reading it (she’s a reader, but not much into knitting or romances). She loved it too! Can’t wait to get my hands on the second one.

  4. PuNk rAwK pUrL Says:

    Sean is awesome.
    I love Rachel.
    & that Rowan British Sheeps wool makes me swoon!