Actually, I'm just over half-way through re-reading it, but now we've entered Night-town, which nearly defeated me last time. It's much better on a second read, where I'm just trying to keep track of what's actually happening instead of attempting some sort of half-baked undergraduate close-reading of a dense immensity (not the best strategy on a first read-through as it turns out). Since it's for fun this time (no, really), it's actually enjoyable, and I think I might read Ellmann's James Joyce afterward if I can track down a copy since I never did read the famous biography back when I intended to do so.
Winding Angora Yarn
Misty Garden by Jo Sharp. I might have to call the project McGregor's Scarf or something like that. The yarn is lovely-oh-so-soft, and I think the colourway is 'glacier' which suits it just grand; the one shade of blue in particular rather glows (maybe not in the photo, but in person for sure) even in the dim light.
While I do do the laundry every week, this week's laundry feels interminable. This is probably due to catch-up and extra laundry from camping last weekend. We had a lovely time camping with my family, but I found it rather cold out (high of plus 9 Celsius). Luckily I had a new wool cardigan to keep me warm(ish). It was a first time camping for the kids, and they had a grand time.
I'm knitting a Ballet Top by Debbie Bliss for my youngest, but only sort-of, as I've changed it a fair bit. I've changed the weight of the yarn from sport to fingering (re-calculating accordingly), changed the stitch pattern to a clover-leaf lace (as in the