Ann yeong! What's the weather like in your neighborhood today? Ours is a bit warmer - hooray - and no wind which helps a lot.
Kamsa hamnida for the ripple love. The colors really make it a vivd piece of fabric. I'm glad my DCs look even as I can get into that rhythm of Lucy's pattern.
Yesterday, I tried for the first time, knitting to an audio book that many of you do and recommend. We had listened to the first book of the Harry Potter series in the car last year. I loved it. Jim Dale is fantastic! I love how he does different voices for each character. So talented this man is. At my request, Santa got me Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. I was laughing when the Weasleys were bustin' out Harry from his uncle's. I'm gonna try to work on my sock today with the audio book on.
What are your favorite audiobooks? Are any of the readers like Jim Dale? I'd love to listen to the Twilight series being read but honestly, my mental block tells me that no one can replace Robert Pattinson as Edward. I also love Deborah Harkness's All Souls Trilogy. Her audio books are read by Jennifer Ikeda. I've heard a sample. It's not bad. I think I'll have to find these at the library to check them out first.
I made good progress on Kim's The Band of Five:
It's easy as there are 23 sts and I only have to cable after every 10.
This is definitely a portable project.
What's your portable project right now?
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