John and I will celebrate the half year mark between our 3rd and 4th anniversary next week. John gave me The Knitter’s Notebook, Chronicle Books, along with a few other books as early gifts.
I can easily keep track of my knitting projects, and changes I make to patterns with this journal. There is space for creating my own designs and charts, taking notes, and much more.
There is an inventory section where I can keep track of what needles, yarn, and other supplies I have on hand. There are size charts, information on taking proper measurements, basic knitting terms reference pages, and my favorite; a place to keep track of measurements and sizing for my family knitting projects.
What I’m Reading This Week:
- Handbook for Personal Bible Study, Dr. William W. Klein
- Methodical Bible Study, Robert A Traina
- I finished Circular Knitting Workshop, Margaret Radcliffe
- I began The Principles of Knitting, June Hemmons Hiatt, a hefty 571 page book. This is like the ultimate knitting reference.
- The Complete Tightwad Gazett, Amy Dacyczyn
- More Hours In My Day, Emilie Barnes and Sheri Torelli
- I finished Jane Austen’s Guide to Good Manners: Compliments Charades & Horrible Blunders, Josephine Ross
- I also finished The Jane Austen Handbook: A Sensible Yet Elegant Guide to Her World, Margaret C. Sullivan
- I started The Jane Austen Guide to Happily Ever After, Elizabeth Kantor (very politically incorrect viewpoint) (She also wrote The Politically incorrect Guide to English and American literature; an excellent book.)
- The Reader’s Odyssey, Dena M. Luchsinger
- Study is Hard Work, William H. Armstrong