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Caffeine Girl

I've been wanting to read Eleanor and Park for a while. I started In the Woods a while ago, but it didn't hold me. However, I know a number of people who lived it.
Of course finishing one pair of socks calls for casting on two!

Leah Wheatley

The shawl is lovely. I need to make a shawl one day xx I love your yarn choices and the latest is just as lovely as the rest xx


Lovely socks and shawl! Nice color combo on the shawl. I have to make a large shawl for myself one day. I tend to stick to cowls, hitchhikers, etc.

I was a huge Hardy Boys fan! I also read Nancy Drew and Trixie Beldon. I still pick up these used books when I see them to reread and pass along. .


How exciting you finished your shawl.! I have started my first shawl. It is one of the sister shawls from the blog I listen to 4 sisters from Alberts Canada. Cozy up with the stitches sisters.. I like it very much, it’s the Katie shawl, fingering weight in variegated blues and accent of navy blue.


Well well well - that is one beautiful shawl you finished! Now I know you are feeling much better :) right now the sun is shining and the day has been nice even though I lost an hour somewhere....


Your Ohra is beautiful!! And love that classic Hardy Boys hardcover, I had so many of the old Nancy Drews, and they were amazing.


I love, LOL very the tweed sock! Seeing your sick yarn every week is like going into a candy store.


Must always have at least 2 pairs of socks on the needles! Pretty shawl, and yes, the bigger the better. And great song πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ’•


LOVE that shawl, it looks like a massive hug. And couldn't agree more, huge shawls all the way!


Eleanor and Park has been on the 'list'!!! Love the socks and shawl....and wishing my mojo hadn't left me. Otherwise, I'd be casting on instead of wishing I could take a photo of the finished thing!!


That shawl looks delightful! I really enjoyed In the Woods, hopefully you do as well!


Making pretty things Andi! Such a lovely shawl!! The book looks interesting. I am still reading Lagom. Have a great week!!


The shawl is beautiful! Love the colors and the different stitch patterns. Seems like a fun shawl to knit, too. I cried and laughed my way through Eleanor and Park.


Hi Andi

I love the shawl. The colors are amazing. I agree one pair off 2 on. lol have a great weekend.



I'm behind! I love the mug in this photo, as well as your knitting! Do you recall where you got the mug?

Thank you!

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