Monogamous knitting does not make for interesting blogging, so I thought I'd show you a picture of project that you haven't seen for a while, my Pelerine Shawl. I keep it by the couch and use it as my TV knitting.
Meg Swansen's Knitting Camp! I was only going to go for one year, but my friend Marsha really wants to go together -- and so we are. Show and Tell is a big event at camp, and it's always fun when people model their EZ patterns.
I finished reading Malice, and I recommend it for anyone who likes puzzle-like mysteries. I haven't settled into a new book yet, but I did stumble on a beautiful knitting book on the New Books shelf at the library: Magpies, Homebodies, and Nomads by Cirilia Rose. First, let me say that Jared Flood did the photography, so you know it's gorgeous.
My favorite pattern is the L'Arbre Hat and Mitts. It is beautiful and practical. And I'm trying to knit things that I'll wear -- not just things that are fun to make. And I love the Isla Cardigan, which is featured on the cover.
I'll be checking in with Ginny's Yarn Along. Hope to see you there.