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This week, I’ve been…

Knitting :: My Appia cowl in my own fingering weight in “Daybreak”. I didn’t have as much time to work on this as I thought I would when I was traveling (I spent most of the time on the bus sleeping!), but I have managed to squeeze in a few rows here and there.
(Rav link)

Reading :: I’m about halfway through The Gallery of Vanished Husbands by Natasha Solomons, which I’m really enjoying. Her writing style is really interesting- she makes everyday things seem so fascinating. Also, I think the cover of the hardcover edition is just so beautiful.

What have you been knitting and reading this week?

Linking up with KCCO and Yarn-Along.


  1. Love the color you chose for the cowl. It will look so happy and bright in grey winter.

    • kyliemw kyliemw

      Thanks Brandy! (Although perhaps summer will just last forever? One can hope.)

  2. Kat Kat

    That is such a great color for that cowl! It’s going to be so wonderful once it gets cold again 🙂

    • kyliemw kyliemw

      Thanks Kat! I’m hoping since it’s in fingering weight, it’ll be light enough to wear in the fall!

    • kyliemw kyliemw


  3. I clicked through the links to see what the finished cowl will look like. I love it! And I think that color yarn you’re using is going to make a really lovely one.

    • kyliemw kyliemw

      Thanks Becki! It just seemed like such a happy, summery colour to me!

  4. SRB SRB

    AAAAAHHH! I saw that cowl on Pinterest or IG or something ages ago and couldn’t remember what it was called to save my life. Thank you!

    Looks lovely in your lovely looking yarn!

    • kyliemw kyliemw

      Haha, what a great coincidence! I’m obsessed with the idea of cowl / shawl crossovers now, they’re such a great shape.

  5. beautiful knitting and a lovely shade of pink 🙂

  6. Ine Ine

    Great color for that shawl!

  7. Beautiful cowl and beautiful colour – it’s going to be lovely through the winter.

  8. That is a lovely and soft colour you are using for your cowl!

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