Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Seeing Spots

Thread crochet polka dot blocks in pink and purple - Perfect.

Reading 'Refuse to Choose' by Barbara Sher exploring the concept of scanners - people who are able to pursue many different interests and careers.

I am currently listening to 'Monsoon' by Di Morrisey, an interesting novel based on the Australian participation in the Vietnam war during the 1960's & '70's. The main characters are two young Australian women - one has a veteran father and the other a Vietnamese refugee mother.
Joining the yarn along over at Ginny's - lots of yarn and reading inspiration to be had there.
May your days be coloured with threads.

10 comments:

Marfa said...

So fun...I'm doing a similar project! I am crocheting circles of random colors and sizes, though.

Karen said...

Oh - can't wait to see what you are going to do with all those lovely circles!

Shay said...

I must say I'm amazingly impressed with all the creative energy coming out of your place at the moment. When are you finding time to sleep?

Becks said...

The squares are very pretty. Do you have an end project in mind or are you just enjoying the dotty squares for their own beauty?
xx

(lia) said...

Oh. Monsoon sounds really good!

marina said...

you are definitely 'hooked' on those polka dots. Another bag?

Michelle Ridgway said...

Looks like another beautiful and interesting project from you Tracey. I ahve read Monsoon and loved it but must confess to being a Di Morissey fan. I have just finished her new one Opal Desert...your other read sounds interesting too.

Serenata said...

The book sounds really interesting, would be interested to see what you think of it when it is finished.

FlauschiOhren said...

That looks like fun! What will it be? I like your colour choice.

smilernpb said...

I like the colours you chose, and I think your book sounds interesting too. Hope all is well with you x