You Really Know How to Dance
My Uniform


After finishing my Colorwash Scarf, I've got nothin' on the needles!  (Yet.)

But I am finishing up my Alabama Chanin Factory Dress.  (Which I hope to wear to our Solstice Party on Friday night; it fits like a dream -- and I'm already plotting to make another!)


I'm reading Storm in a Teacup: The Physics of Everyday Life by Helen Czerski.  (Yeah.  I have that "Non-fiction about science" square in Summer Book Bingo.)  It's interesting, but I'm going to have to pick up the pace -- because it's due back at the library next Tuesday.

How about you?  What are you stitching and reading?


Today's post is part of Kat's Unraveled -- a weekly update of what we're stitching (or not) and reading.  To read more Unraveled posts, click here.


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

AsKatKnits! I love that dress! Beautiful, Kym!!


I can't wait to see modeled photos of your dress; it looks good even folded up! I've finished the book I chose for my "non-fiction about science" square but Storm in a Teacup looks interesting so maybe I'll save it for my free square (or make it fit into another one ...)!


Can't wait to see the finished dress! As Bonny says - it looks great even folded up! Storm in a Teacup does sound interesting, but I think I'm glad not to have the science square on my bingo card - lol.


The dress looks extremely promising! I hope you'll show us a modeled photo.


Intrigued with your dress - you will model for us?! No science square on my bingo...


Sounds like we have a couple of the same squares. I'm going to try Astrophysics for People in a Hurry. We'll see! It may have to be a listen. Your dress is stunning...I think we'd like a modeled shot okay? xo


Due at the library? What is this due thing of which you speak? (As a library employee due dates are meaningless, hahahahaha). Your dress will be wonderful and your party will be, too.


I just LOVE your Factory Dress. It's a great look for you and the color (with stitching detail) is perfect!


You will definitely be the belle of the ball. Love the shawl!


I can't wait to see your finished dress! I have that science square on my card and am thinking of reading I Contain Multitudes, but the book you are reading looks interesting too. Enjoy!


The physics book sounds right up my street. I love non-technical science and math books. But my to-be-read pile is way too tall to request anything else...


Ooh, that dress is looking AMAZING! I read The Gene for my non-fiction about science; hope you like yours half as much as I did mine.


Ooooh, I cannot WAIT to see your Factory Dress!!

The comments to this entry are closed.