Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Knitting and Reading

Joining in with Ginny again on this knitting Wednesday.
On my needles I am finishing up my Cascade Luna Summer T. I only have the right sleeve left to finish. This pattern has been tons of fun to knit. I will be waiting till fall to start wearing it; as it will be in the 100 degree mark this week. It may be a summer T for those up north, but down south here, we would be crazy to wear it this summer.

As for my reading, well, its a pharmacy book for my class. Definitely nothing I would recommend for anyone else to read, unless you like self torture!



Be well,
Christina

14 comments:

  1. What a beautiful blue! Your Tee looks great.
    Thanks for commenting on my blog. :)

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  2. That's a really cute top. I have a bag of Cascade that I'll be making a cardigan with very soon. I'm excited about that. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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    1. WOW...a bag of cascade! That sounds heavenly!

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  3. Beautiful knitting and so close to be done!! You can keep your reading materials for now :D

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    1. Lol...I know ! Very, very, very dry reading.
      I am excited to see it done!

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  4. I love the cables and ghe color. Like my book more than yours:))
    Thanks for visiting.

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    1. I definitely like your book more than mine!

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  5. Christina, you know that fall starts in November, right? :) It lasts all of 2 weeks, but it is wonderful. (I exaggerate, but that is what it felt like for me the first summer. No doubt this year will be much easier, but if locals warn you that September can be the worst, they are not just trying to discourage you). On the other hand, the other day we were commenting on the nice weather and when we checked it was 98 degrees! I guess you really do get used to it. I love that summer t, I would turn up the a/c and wear it now.

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    1. November?? Oh no. I feel like a damp mop most of the time! I wonder if the AC has an arctic setting?

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  6. I was looking over your blog and you have a lovely garden, some nice veg growing too. The sweater looks great, and it goes well with the African violet (one of my favourite plants). All the best, Kelli, Northern Ireland.

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    1. I am a HUGE fan of African violets too. They are just such a cherry little plant last winter I had them all blooming. It was wonderful.

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  7. uh-oh - http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/olympics-fourth-place-medal/knitting-community-outraged-over-olympic-dig-usoc-apologizes-211254677--oly.html

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    1. Yes....the Olympic MP's have turned nasty on the fiber community. We were just getting in the spirit!

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