I realized that it's two years since I bought my Kindle, when I got an E-mail noticing me of the release of YarnHarlot's new book.
(OK, I think I should use "publish" for the word "release", but Kindle book looks more like music downloads than real book. Hmm.)
I accidentally arranged my "library" in "Oldest 1st" order, and there was the first download, anti-dramatic "Kindle's User's Guide, 1st Ed.", with the date Oct. 19, 2009.
Thank you Kindle. My reading is not faster nor more in quantity because of you but I feel more relaxed to buy English books and read it.
Now I'm reading a story about growers of giant pumpkins. It's the season, right?
Speaking of the season, it's officially sock season for us knitters. Yeah, I agree, it's sock knitting season all through the year, but, hey, it's this cool weather that knitters and Muggles appreciate the magic nature of hand-knit socks... warm, comforting, handy, soothing and at the same time, beautifully complicated if knitter chooses to make it so.
So, I made this.
Pattern; The one on the label of the yarn. This.
Yarn; LionBrand Sock-Ease, in CottonCandy.
Needles; JP #1 bamboo DPNs, my go-to sock knitting needles.
These are for my mother. I used about 2/3 balls, and the leftover will make a great legwarmer for my daughter.