Last night I've finally finished the 'quick' read, Made From Scratch. It was a great little book and I feel that I learned a bit and it didn't make me feel guilty for not having all of the means to live off the land. Sometimes I feel like, when reading this genre of book, authors tend to make such strong points and valadations for what they deem is the best that there is no way I could ever win with them. She championed just growing a bit of produce in a pot if that is all you can do - and I appreciate that!
I've also just finished the knit I was working on last week, Transatlantic. I went with the minor mistakes I made and still like it in the end. They keyholes it has will be quite handy since I'm always picking kids up and hate it when shawls/scarves fall off. I also got the last of my Hats For Japan finished and should be in the mail this week. Nothing like waiting for last minute. Now I'm just finishing up plain ol' socks. A bit boring but I'm glad to get them done. I've got plans on starting this little sweater out of sock yarn. I think I'll stripe it too. One can never have enough stripes.
Following Ginny's weekly Yarn Along!