Who’s seen it? I totally want to goooooo!!!!!!!!!!
I usually have a knitting project in mind when I write it into one of my books, but Laura’s apricot-colored shawl just kind of appeared upon the page as I was writing the first scene of Lady Wynwood’s Spies, volume 4: Betrayer , and it surprised even me. I immediately went to my yarn stash to find a yarn for it, and I searched through my antique knitting books to find some stitch patterns. I made her an elegant wool shawl she could wear at home. The shawl ended up tagging along with Laura into the next book, Lady Wynwood’s Spies, volume 5: Prisoner , where it imparts some comfort to her in her trying circumstances. The two stitch patterns are both from the same book, The Lady’s Assistant, volume 2 by Mrs. Jane Gaugain, published in 1842 . A couple excessively clever and creative knitters might have knit these patterns in the Regency era, but they would have only passed them around by word of mouth or scribbled “recipes” to friends or family, and it wouldn’t have been widely use
It's amazing, you'll love it! http://booktalkandmore.blogspot.com/2012/05/avengers.htmlReplyDelete
We went Saturday. It's AWESOME and totally lived up to what I expected a movie like that to be. (Although we did think it started a little slowly.)ReplyDelete
I'm going with our son either Tuesday or Thursday when our theater has matinee prices all day!ReplyDelete
I am not really into super hero movies but this one actually looks good. If my hubby suggests it, I might just go with him. (We went to see Batman Begins in grad school with a bunch of chemist...what a way to kill a good movie. We all dissected the movie and explain why "scientifically" it wouldn't work. Maybe this one will be better. :)ReplyDelete
Saw it Friday night. Highly recommended. Capt. America has the best single line, Hulk has the best single scene.ReplyDelete
Hahaha! I am dying to go! Captain Caffeine and I have to schedule a date night.ReplyDelete