Wednesday, 30 May 2012

WIP Wednesday / Yarn Along

Wednesday again, whew, I feel like the weeks are running away from me, but I guess that feeling doesn't only belong to me!
Let me see, what have I been busy with this week:
First WIPs: 
This week I have been busy with my second pair of socks that need to fill the order by Friday, but they seem to be progressing very slowly. I am having some trouble with my thumb and it is a bit painful so I can only knit so much before I have to give it up for the day which is very frustrating. So, I am done with sock number 1 and am just about finished with the ribbing of number 2. Again, I am knitting these socks to my "Simply Cabled" Knitting pattern (available from my Craftsy shop).
On the reading front:
I am filling the spaces in-between with some overdue reading which is great as I haven't been reading very much over the last couple of weeks at all.
I am busy reading two books this week. The first is "The Magic" by Rhonda Byrne. I loved her other two books and am enjoying this one also. I posted about it last week and am feeling so much better now that I have started applying the info inside to my life.
My second book is "Vom richtigen Zeitpunkt". I have used this book extensively before I left Switzerland last time and I found it in the attic over the weekend and am refreshing my memory on the details of it. It discusses how we can use the various moon-phases to our advantages in everyday life, we swear by it as it really works.
Anyway, that's it from me today. I hope you will come past and join me in "Kitchen Krafts" tomorrow.


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10 comments:

  1. Uh oh, thumb pain when you're under a deadline? That must make it hard to take the rest you need? Hopefully your thumb feels better soon!

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    1. Hi Minding My Own Stitches,

      Thank you, I am sure it will be better soon :D

      Thanks so much for dropping past.

      x

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  2. Hi Nat,

    I hope your thumb is better soon, that can be very painful!

    Your socks are lovely!

    Hope you are all well.
    xo xo
    Linda

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    1. Hi Linda,

      Thank you so much, I am sure it will be soon, am eating tissue salts like candy :D

      Have a super rest of your day.
      Love to all
      xoxox

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  3. Oh no, it sucks to knit when you have any kind of hand pain. I wish you a speedy recovery. I like your socks a lot!

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    1. Hi Andria,

      Thank you so much.

      Have a great rest of your Wednesday.

      x

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  4. The socks are lovely, I hope that I can knit my first pair soon! I hope that your thumb feels better soon.

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    1. Hi Ashley,

      Thank you, I look forward to seeing your first pair also. Once you have made a pair they do become really easy.

      Have a great day.
      x

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    1. Hi Elisabeth,

      Yes, more socks, I hope this is it for a while, need a change in scenery :D

      Have a super day.
      x

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