So Kai, remember our awesome conversation about that book we were thinking of writing based on knitted items from the AoGG books? Well, it prompted me to do some googling to see if anyone else had a similar (or identical) brilliant idea. So far, not that I can tell. However, look what I found: link.
And it starts in October. Not sure I am really interested, not being one to do a lot in the way of knitalongs, but the link in particular to the Antique Pattern Library might prove a useful resource. It will also be interesting to see what people decide to knit.
Another interesting find, someone is personally recording works in the public domain, including Anne of Green Gables (and Pride & Prejudice). I listened for about 10 minutes. It’s not terrible for amateur work, but I am not terribly fond of her voice. I have mixed feelings about audible books. Generally it is hard for me to let go of my own idea of what the narrator’s voice should sound like and I end up just finding the person reading to be a disruption and a distraction.
Anyway, couldn’t resist sharing