Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Yarn Along: 24th August

This week I am again  joining  Ginny and the other ladies with my book reading and knitting projects
I have been so enjoying knitting these little Gnomes that Tonya designed from her blog  Plain and Joyful Living . I have yet to make them up but have thoroughly enjoyed the knitting of them. I especially can't wait to see how the bright rainbow colours one comes out.

I have not made much progress from last week with Heaven on Earth: A Handbook for Parents of Young Children, as I have been reading this great book by Rosemary Sutcliffe: The Shield Ring. 
I really do recommend most of her books and all the ones we own are fantastic for a history of Britain during and after the Roman times.

Blessings to you and your homes,

9 comments:

Sarah said...

Gae, I love, love, love Rosemary Sutcliffe's writings, but her best book of all (I think!) is set in Tudor England - The Armourer's House. I haven't read the Shield Ring, so I'll look it up.
Sarah

Knitters Notebook said...

I love those little gnomes of Tonya's....the yarn you picked out is Beautiful!!

~~Renee

Plain and Joyful Living said...

Gae,
The color choices of your gnomes are wonderful.
Thank you for all you share.
Warm wishes,
Tonya

Gretchen R said...

I have been meaning to make some of those little gnomes. I've heard they're really fun to make up. I'm wondering if it will get added to my Christmas list...

Amy Caroline said...

I have never read her... or have I? The name is so familiar. I will have to look her up!

Gae said...

Dear Sarah,
Thanks for the recommendation I will try to get it to read.

Dear Tonya,
I have really enjoyed making them, I actually started antoher last night and so still need tos ew these guys up still. Thank you for your king words too.

Dear Gretchen,
You will love them

Dera Amy,
I know you will love Rosemarry's books.

And I will pop by and see all your projects over the next few days, just need time to do it.

Thank you all for yoru kind remarks
Blessings
Gae

Ellen said...

Your yarn for the gnomes is very bright and cheery!

Kristen said...

Those gnomes are so cute...I remember seeing them on her blog! Thanks for the book recommendations :)

www.theevolvinghomemaker.com said...

can't wait to see the rainbow gnome! that is sure to be adorable!

:)
jen

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