Yigaquu osaniyu adanvto
adadoligi nigohilvi nasquv
May the Great Spirit's
Blessings Always Be
Since I am writing this late
on Tuesday night, I am hoping
by the time you read it I will
have cast off the last stitch on
my Clover Poncho and it is now
blocking. I only have one and
a half inches left out of 50 and
then I can sew her up, add the
trim and be ready to wear it if
the cold weather makes it here
like I keep hearing. We have
been around 80 degrees for days
which doesn't help this knitter's
Next on my queue is Jarod
Flood's Leaves of Grass. I
had a lovely visit to my LYS
and used the gift certificate
my husband gave me [thank
you so much my dear] to purchase
Berroco Ultra Alpaca Fine in
color 1275 [?]..it's green with
undertones of yellow and I
think it's a perfect color to
continue my theme of green
knitting I seem to be on lately.
Reading this week has been
overtaken by school history.
We are digging deep into
the Indian Nations, and we
are reading The Trail of Tears,
The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation.
My stomach is already in knots
knowing what's coming, but I
feel it's an important story that needs
to be told and with a great grandmother
that was full blooded Native American
I feel especially close to the story.
So, what is on your needles this week?
Joining with Ginny.