Library Stack Catch Up

Currently I am working on a small art quilt from recycled clothing but I am not ready to share it on my blog yet, so instead I am catching up on my ongoing series, The Library Stack, sharing my latest* stack of borrowed books from my beloved local public library.

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*This photo is actually from a couple weeks ago and I confess, this is not my current library stack. Currently I have NO LIBRARY STACK!

I am taking a break from stacks of crafting and home decorating books and I am actually reading ONE fiction book from the library – a classic science fiction book – Darwin’s Radio by Greg Bear.

I am “stack-less”!


Postscript

Although I am not ready to share my latest art quilt, I can share another of my latest creations: a new knitted hat!

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Yes, it is the same pattern as the other knitted hats I have shared in other posts. I am a one trick pony when it comes to knitting hats. I have other patterns but I love this pattern – it is so comfortable to me!

I love to always have a knitted project going for knitting while watching TV or if I am attending an event and I need to keep my hands busy.

I have another skein of the same yarn for my hat and I am thinking of making a coordinating ribbed scarf.


Check out Sassy the Highly Opinionated Miniature Schnauzer’s latest post on her Schnauzer Snips blog, (just in case you do not already follow her) Illuminated Schnauzers.

18 thoughts on “Library Stack Catch Up

  1. tinaor says:

    It was a nice library stack. I have just purchased a secondhand ‘Mollie’ book – Patchwork and Quilting not Crochet. Just wondering how you found the Mollie book. In mine there are lots of projects, many of which do not appeal, but some do (otherwise I wouldn’t have purchase it!). You never know I might actually make something from it and show off here one day. But I have a huge stack of craft books ..

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  2. WriteAndQuilt says:

    I have found myself stack-less, as well. I have started to read books from the library on my iPad. I love to feel a book in my hands, and there’s not much sweeter than piling my arms full of books from the library – one of my favorite places on the earth. But the iPad is much more convenient and I can increase the font size!! Ha!
    Cute hat! Good job!

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  3. handmade habit says:

    Great library stack this week. I’m really interested in creating “the style you crave on a budget you can afford” (sign me up for style on a budget!). I enjoy the small spaces titles, too. The Apartment Therapy website also has some interesting readings on small spaces as well.

    And YAY to a new knitted hat! It looks great, and you’ve chosen a lovely yarn! I’m a huge fan of the knit hat and glasses combo (mostly because it’s my necessary winter-look as well, lol). A coordinating ribbed scarf sounds great; making ribbing is so much fun, especially over TV at the end of a stressful day! Knitting is where I find my little corner of calm. Have a great weekend, Tierney! 😀

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    • tierneycreates says:

      Thanks so much! I hope you have a great weekend too! I appreciate your comments, enjoyed reading them 🙂
      I was working on the scarf the other night and for some reason forgot which direction to purl – I have only been knitting so long I forgot my purl stitch – yikes! I had to look up a tutorial to see where to place the needle for purling lol

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