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I am knitting amongst the holiday preparations. Next week I have some events to attend and then the week before Christmas should be quiet and cozy. I read about the same amount through the seasons. I do think I look for lighter reading in December.

Caffeine Girl

Those are darling socks. I love the slanting lines. Very sweet.
Yes, I've been reading more. Right now I'm quite fascinated by Michael Pollan's new book on LSD and psilocybin. It's very good.


I have picked up and abandoned so many books lately. Two more weeks until Christmas break - I am hoping I’ll find a book. On the knitting front - so many fun projects!


You pick the prettiest yarns!!!


Lovely, and that wool does look soft. Hooking madly here xoxo


I'm making the Christmas gifts to my friends this year. I'm crocheting snowflake ornaments & sewing little Scandinavian-style felt ornaments, too. I just finished making some dishcloths to give, I made a set of 5!

The Playful Day yarn looks so beautiful! <3


Absolutely in love with the pairing of Feathering the Nest and Playful Day yarns! So lovely and will be jumping to the top of my sock knitting queue for next year. Totally agree that decorating the house for the holidays helps to put one in a festive mood. One of our favorite things to do in the evenings is to cozy up in front of the tree and watch the sparkly lights.


Loving the texture of the Feathering the Next design, it's so pretty! I'm enjoying the holiday decorations quite a bit, too- even though my 6-year-old thinks that we need more, more, MORE!


beautiful knitting and better late than never, right? the book looks good!

kathy b

My Holiday knitting is done! Im sending a few teeny tiny gifts to some long time friends today. I knit myself a holiday candy cane hat. I'm going to wear it everyday until Christmas


I love the way your knitting matches your book cover


Oh yes, decorating started before turkey day. It's just though a corner of our house from the fireplace to the piano. I love getting it done early so I have all of December to enjoy it. That's also a reason why I like to send out Christmas cards early especially since we paid for the cards and all the work that goes into getting it together. I leave cards up all year until the new ones come in.

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