I've only had a real chance to glance through it somewhat, but have decided on a couple of patterns to make so far. I haven't started anything yet though. I like the way the book is set up, though I am used to the coloured pictures being beside (or a page before) the pattern. In this book, all of the coloured pics are in the middle of the book. On each page with the patterns, there is a picture of the item, though it looks to be drawn (it gives the page number where you can find the colour pic though). Interesting.
In other news, I finally finished the Noro scarf I have been slowly working on. I didn't use up all of the second skein because I didn't think I'd have enough to complete one more triangle. I know I'd have enough to get at least half way across, but that wouldn't be good. So, I decided to stop where I was and add some fringe to the ends. Originally I wasn't going to use fringe, but I didn't want to waste the rest of the Noro (I didn't use quite all of it though). Right now it is blocking, and hopefully that will add a bit of length and width to it. The last scarf I blocked didn't really get stretched, and I wonder if I'm not doing something right. Well, I'll see with this one, and if it isn't stretched enough to my liking, I suppose it can always be blocked again, right? I'll post a photo of it when it's dry.
My classes start back up again tomorrow (after March break), so I am going to head off now and do some reading for my history term paper that is due in a few weeks, and maybe get a couple of paragrphs of the paper written. I've also got to practice the flute for my lesson tonight, and hopefully I'll get a little chance to knit some more today.