First let me say a big thank you to everyone who stopped by last week. It's been so great reading your comments and visiting your blogs. Our blogging community is just terrific and I'm so thankful for all of you.
Last week I started working on a market bag made out of plastic grocery sacks. As you might have heard I have a fox family in my yard and therefore I spent most of the week acting like Jane Goodall instead of knitting.
I got my bag yarn ready and almost have the bottom completed. This great pattern along with how to make the plastic bag yarn is from a great talent named Julie of Coco Knits. Head on over and see all of her great patterns. You can find the re-bag here.
Sadly this is the last week of string a-long. I'm so thankful to Emily and Dawn for being such great hostesses. I promise to show you the end result. I'm having so much fun doing this re-bag. I think it is going to be so cute and it's definately clever.
Before I go today I just wanted to let you know about the post over at Jump Into A Book. A Booklist of read out-loud favorites for groups consisting of multi-ages.