Unraveled Wednesday, 1/13/21.


After setting aside the afghans and finishing the hats, I had nothing OTN that I wanted to pursue. But we had to drive into Minneapolis on Monday, so I realized that I needed a small portable project for the drive. This was right after I had read my “to do in 2020” list; one of the things on it was to knit 10 blue hats for the Blue Hat Project. Hurrah! I forgot about that intention during 2020, but I can jump on it now.

Behold, Hat The First.

The stockinette portion of this hat is how much I knit on the drive into Minneapolis on Monday. The yarn is Berroco Vintage in Cerulean.. The knitting bag is by my friend Mary, who sadly does not sell online. There is also a little notions pouch of the same fabric instide.


These Women by Ivy Pochoda. This is a sort-of mystery, sort-of police procedural, but what it really is is a novel about women who are on the edge of the sex trade — prostitutes, dancers, teenagers who haven’t made the actual plunge into that world. The Goodreads summary describes them well. What it doesn’t emphasize is the excellent language and descriptions the authors uses. 4★


I finished Tiny Pretty Things. It was decent watching, although I had to put down my knitting whenever there was dancing. Since dancing was the reason I started watching it.

Next up may be Bridgerton. Netflix is pushing it, and I think Kay&Ann recommended it.

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4 Responses to Unraveled Wednesday, 1/13/21.

  1. gayle says:

    Gorgeous knitting bag!

  2. That is a great knitting bag! And I’m glad you found a good knitting project to start on.

  3. Oh I have to watch that tiny pretty things! Love your knitting . always love blue.

  4. Kat says:

    That is one gorgeous knitting bag! And thanks for the link to the hat project! (Bridgerton is circling around my Netflix too… this might be what I needed to jump on the bandwagon!)

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