Yarn Along (no. 21)

by Josée

This week is the Household Waste Challenge. Between filling in the challenge chart (pdf) and teaching Monkey the difference between the compost bin and recycling box, its been a busy week. I’ve had a little bit of time to knit here and there. Sweetpea’s Milo vest is coming along well and I’ve picked up some scrumptious Ella Rae Kamel Soft yarn to knit up a gift for a friend’s soon-to-arrive baby. I devoured The Forgotten Garden and have that wistful yet tired feeling you get after finishing a good book too late at night. I’m not sure what to read next. Martha Stewart’s Pie and Tarts sounds like a tasty (and fattening) read, but Reasons to Believe: How to Understand, Explain, and Defend the Catholic Faith has been calling my name for a while now. Maybe I’ll read both!

Feel free to check out my posts over the last few days and enter the giveaways! I will continue posting about this challenge until the end of Earth Week (April 23rd) so make sure to check back and enter the upcoming giveaways.

Day one: Reduce Household Consumption
Day Two: Food is for Eating – Kootsacs giveaway
Day Three: Dependent on Disposables – Swimmi giveaway
Day Four: Wheel of Life – Hydrapak and Feetures socks giveaways

I hope everyone has a beautiful faith-filled holy week!

To see what others are knitting and crocheting this week visit Ginny’s blog.

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1 comment

house full of jays April 20, 2011 - 11:41 pm

Lovely milo! The blue is so rich.
I could have used Martha's book today when I was baking pies. I have my tried-and -true recipes but it's always nice to have a look at something new!


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