joining up today with Ginny Sheller’s yarn along to share what i’m reading + knitting this week!
I am still working on making a few knitted baby bonnet hats for some nieces + nephews, per request. I can’t tell you how much it means to me to be able to make something for those I love that they really like! For a stay-at-home-momma of three on a tight budget, it enables me to give a unique gift of value that is affordable on my part.
This one I finished up for my nephew, being modeled here by my son. I’m also working on three more of these, and still working on some dishcloths. I’ve ordered some supplies to make some hand knit christmas gifts for my children, so I’m excited to get started on those + will share pics soon! Also, Phoebe has asked me to make her a scarf, and has already picked out her yarn, so I will be onto that soon too. Many things to keep my hands busy! I’m finding myself taking my knitting with me everywhere now.
Also, I’ve just started on The Things of Earth: Treasuring God by Enjoying His Gifts by Joe Rigney. This is one I’ve been dying to read for some time now, but have been busy with some other books. The theme of this book is one very close to my own heart and core passion, that of enjoying God in His good gifts, rather than seeing “the things of earth” as being far less important than the things of the soul + spirit. I’m hoping Rigney makes a strong biblical case for our finding God in the good gifts He gives us and worshipping Him through them. (I’ve written briefly about my passion for this here, here, and here.) John Piper wrote the forward and it looks a theologically rich read that I’m eager to sink my soul into.
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Cutest little hat! And your son is a beautiful model! 🙂
thank you! 🙂 he IS a cute model!
Oh, this is adorable! And you are right – giving handmade presents brings much joy and is so revarding. Your family is very lucky 🙂
such a cute hat and on a cutie too!
Thank you for sharing a bit about the book…I’ll have to look it up and see if it could be ordered through the library. The bonnet is just adorable and warm :0) mari
Sounds like a book I need to read! We’ve been blessed by very generous family who have given us so much but I am getting caught up and weighed down by this Konmarie trend of purging everything. And that hat. THAT HAT!! Pattern name? I love it. 🙂
Cute hat! I like the colors. It looks like it was a quick, easy knit.
Awesome hat! I like the hood style 🙂
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