Monday, February 7, 2011

Pictures!

Recently I have been reading The Dragon and The Raven. It is a really interesting book. It is by G. A. Henty. It is about a boy during King Alfred's reign. At some points it is a little gruesome. I have also been crocheting. I needed to practice my stitches so I started making bookmarks. They are really simple and fun to make. Well here are the pictures:

My Ball of Yarn
Another Angle

The book with one of the bookmarks

7 comments:

thesemperfisisters said...

Hi Carissa!

Nice to meet you through your blog :)I found your blog through Bethany's blog. My sister also crochets, she made a purse and now is trying to learn how to make a beanie cap.

I love reading and photography :)
I like your pictures, especially the first one.
What is your favorite author?

Blessings in Christ,

Abigail

Carissa said...

Hi Abigail,

Thanks for commenting! I really enjoy receiving comments. I think my favorite author is Rosemary Sutcliff. She writes really good books. I have only read one G.A.Henty book but it was really good. He is a really good author too. What is your favorite author?

Carissa

Sarah said...

Thank you for commenting on my blog, Carissa! It was so nice to stop by yours . . . and to meet the sister of Amy and Bethany! :)

It looks like you are doing a wonderful job with your crocheting! I love the color of yarn that you are using . . . blue is my favorite color. :)

thesemperfisisters said...

I haven't read any books by G.A. Henty or Rosemary Sutcliff. I should check them out.
I like a lot of authors...I'm not sure if I have a favorite. I like the Little House on the Prairie books, so I guess Laura Ingalls is one of my favorite. Other books I like are missonary biographies, Sisters in Time series and many more :o)

Abigail

Carissa said...

I really like the color blue too. Your jumper turned out really nice. It is sooo pretty.

I really like Laura Ingalls books too. I also like missionary biographies. It is so interesting too read about how people served Christ in other countries.

Carissa

proverbs31ten said...

Those are very nice pictures. Good job, Carissa!

Amy

Carissa said...

Thanks Amy for commenting on my blog.

Carissa