Please note - The Wednesday Yarn Along is over, unless someone feels like picking it up, let me know if you do!
OK, I'm a little surprised but Ginny's Yarn Along has stopped and for understandable reasons. But I really appreciate her being there all this time for me and others. So here's her farewell from that, but she'll be blogging spontaneously from now on. Ginny at her "Small Things" blog.
I too stopped blogging as much since I created a Facebook page for protest knitting called "The Resistance Knitters" (more details on bottom) and I ramped up my resistance knitting. So I'll have to re-think a name for today, I still like pairing what I'm knitting with reading and I am going to share on Tuesday's blog post - "Keep Calm, Craft On" (just a bit late) by Frontier Dreams.
I'm mainly knitting my Ecology Hats in Green for the March For Science on April 22nd, Earth Day. I've offered hats for any students at my son's Ecology College - College of The Atlantic if they go to the March For Science in Washington, D.C. or the one in Boston, the second largest march. If you're interested in helping donate hats in green to the college let me know by messaging me at ElissaMcGA on Ravelry.
I'm reading sporadically, between knitting, Rogue Wave (Crime by Design Book 1) Kindle Edition by Jane Thornley. It's great from the little bit I've read, mixing knitting in with a mystery involving the disappearance of the main character's brother.
Already the book has inspired me to knit this lovely wave shawl by the author: RoGUE WAVE WRAP by Jane Thornley.
I can see it in this yarn, Luminance Lace Yarn (Silk yarn). I can see the waves now, the blues and white and grey.
Colors called: Peaceful, Meditation, Innocence, Grace, Thoughtful, Benevolence, Balance and Serenity.