Monthly Archives: December 2013
PAT CONROY MONTH!! finally continues. Jill reviews My Losing Season, with very little mention of basketball.
The more I read of Pat Conroy as an adult the more I know that his most powerful “fiction” is the stuff that is rooted in truth. This sentence is made apparent in reading My Losing Season, in which he … Continue reading
As a child I was a connoisseur of sitcoms, and sitcoms usually air special Christmas episodes. If Yarn Along were a sitcom, this would be the week when I needed one last skein of yarn of a certain dye lot, … Continue reading
I wanted to call today’s post “The Medium-Sized Reveal,” but the green scarf isn’t quite off needles. So a small reveal it is. Here are a couple of shots of the first striped scarf: It’s funny. This finished striped scarf … Continue reading
There’s something not-quite-right about publishing two Yarn Along posts right in a row, without a single book review in between, right? It’s – I don’t know – bad form. Tacky. Gauche. Well, maybe not gauche. But definitely bad form. I’ve … Continue reading