I am SO close to finishing my brown sweater – I am currently working on taking the neck off needles and lashing each stitch to the inside of the neckline with an upholstery needle – but I couldn’t quite clear my schedule well enough to get it finished in time to photograph this week. So here you go. I tried to focus in on the neck so you can see how the shape is looking.
I truly went into withdrawal when I finished reading Wilberforce. I feel as if I’ve been dumped or abandoned. I think I used to feel this way at the end of books when I was younger (with great embarrassment, I’ll admit to feeling that way at the end of Beach Music when I was nineteen), but I’ve been way too jaded for those sorts of feelings for some time now. Or so I thought. It feels wrong to commit to another book right now, though I have made some inroads into A Feast for Crows, which has been sitting around unread for a while, and I suspect that when I feel a little better I expect that I will enjoy Azar Nafisi’s The Republic of Imagination, which is the book in this photo.
Any opinions on PfP’s new look?
Yarn Along is hosted by Ginny on her wonderful blog, Small Things.