These days, most of my "creative time" is spent out in the garden (and my fingernails really show it . . .), but I still try to find time to stitch every day.
No unraveling this week. (At least, not of the knitting or stitching variety. In the garden, though? I have a MAJOR unraveling going on, but I'll save that for another blog post.)
The Colorwash Scarf continues to be a joy to knit, and it's growing quickly. I'm hoping to be finished before Kirsten Kapur releases the first clue (June 15) for this year's Through the Loops Mystery Shawl -- but I'll have to knit quickly. Because . . .
See that sort of mustard-y green pile of fabric underneath? Well. That's my basic Alabama Chanin Factory Dress . . . and it's hogging most of my stitching time these days.
As for reading, in the ears I've got David Sedaris' newest book, Theft by Finding (audiobook-read-by-the-author, if you're following along with Summer Book Bingo). In print, I'm reading The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (biography). Earlier this week I finished The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane (borrowed).
How about YOU? What are you reading and unraveling this week?
Today's post is part of Kat's Unraveled group. Click here to see more posts about stitching and reading.