Twilight by Katherine Mosby. I really enjoyed this one.
Lyre of Orpheus by Robertson Davies. Loving it. Davies writes with a sense of humor/irony
An Ocean Between Us, Susan Wiggs. Don't bother!
The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco. Excellent book, engrossing, well narrated
A Room with a View, EM Forester. Another wonderful book to listen to while weaving
currently listening to:
BelCanto Author: Ann Patchett Date:22-MAY-2001 Narrator:Anna Fields Provider:Harper Audio
Finished Objects, Knit:
Joeys chemo blanket
Squares for Warming Grace
Moms b'day Lady E, finally fringed and beaded
Finished Objects Sewn:
valances and cafe curtains for son #1 apt, 12 windows
5 Bridesmaids dresses, completed
Mom's b'day skirt
currently on the machine: Sew Retro July project dress and pink cotton lawn dress
knitting needle cases for gifts
this is the prototype for the cases going into the Etsy shop. I have worked out several interiors - this is obviously the straight case. For Melanie for swap - the needles are mine. I must really make myself one of these too.
Finished Object Weaving
see last post.
all in all July was a somewhat productive month.
Still have lots on needles, August should see the completion of many projects and finally some progress on Eliz I
and my dh is v worried, because I keep coming home with more of these type of books, but I'm so in love with this I think I have to order it.
stash acquisition in July was also a little out of hand, but Threadquarters closed doors forever July 30, and I took advantage of the 50% off sales she had.