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This week…

Knitting :: Maeva Socks in Cascade Heritage Sock (colourway Navy Blue) for my second Ravellenics 2014 project. I’m 14 rounds into the second chart on the first sock, so I’ve got awhile to go on these. (Rav link)
Spring Boneyard Shawl… I’ve made a Boneyard Shawl before, but I’m making a lighter springtime version with laceweight cotton/linen, Diamond Luxury Collection Pima Lino Lace. The colourways are Nile and Light Denim. I love how this is turning out so far but the longest rows are going to have a crazy number of stitches! (Rav link)

Reading :: The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. I’m not very far into this but it’s good so far. I also finished An Abundance of Katherines this week, which was pretty good. Definitely John Green’s worst book, but the most of the characters aren’t bad, the plot just isn’t very compelling. I gave it 4/5 stars on Goodreads but in reality it was more like a 3.5/5.

Watching :: Season 1 of Orphan Black (okay, so I started and finished this…). If you haven’t seen it yet, you need to stop reading this and go and watch it. Right now. It’s that good!
I also started Season 3 of New Girl… not loving this as much as season 1 or 2. The humour just seems slightly different somehow.

Let me know in the comments what you’re knitting, reading and watching… I love getting your recommendations for books and shows! I hope you are all having a lovely Wednesday!

Linking up with KCCO and Yarn-Along as usual!


  1. I love the Boneyard Shawl, and you have chosen some really pretty colours. I have had The Time Traveller’s Wife on my bookshelf for some time, but my reading time is limited. I am working on the Amery shawl for the Ravellenic games.

    • Thanks! My reading time is also pretty limited but a friend lent me their book because they liked it so much, so I figured I’d better read it!

  2. tina @ september tina @ september

    these colors are so soothing, very pretty work!

  3. ameyknits ameyknits

    I really liked “The Time Traveler’s Wife.” Parts of it made me weepy, but that was still good.

    • A bunch of friends have recommended it to me… I figured if it’s so good I should read it! I’m really loving it so far.

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