Sleepy Kitty, by Kerin Dimeler-Laurence and is available through Knit Picks. I used the recommended yarn (Comfy Sport), but chose to do yellow stripes, because I love yellow cats, and, well, because I love yellow. ♥ This one was for Amy, so now I need to make one for Emmeline. That kitty will be gray and white, I think.
Wurm, and I have the super cute Diana's Hat to show you tomorrow. It seems that I am in a hat-making mood at the moment
I'm on number seven in M.C. Beaton's Agatha Raisin Mystery series. Unfortunately, this story is my least favorite so far. I hope that my interest isn't beginning to wane, as I haven't enjoyed a series this much since I gobbled up all of the Trixie Belden books when I was twelve years old. In book six, the story was set in northern Cypress, where Agatha went on holiday. It was such an interesting location, and there was such a fascinating cast of characters, that things seem a little boring to me back in Agatha's little Cotswold village. I kind of liked going on holiday! I will say that M.C. Beaton is a deceptively good writer. At first, I thought this series was just cheesy commercial fiction, but the characters are well-drawn, fully-flawed humans, and there is plenty of social commentary to get you thinking about more than whodunnit.
Joining Ginny at Small Things today for her weekly Yarn Along. : )