Well first of all, I had to Google to see if it was “binging” or “bingeing”. Turns out either is acceptable.
Secondly, I loved reading all of your suggestions in last week’s blog contest. Some I have already seen, some I have heard about and had on my list, some I had never heard about. Just so we have one full list, here are the suggestions that you added in the comments (just suggestions – I haven’t seen them all to be able to recommend them all, but here are what your fellow knitters and crocheters are watching!):
Longmire, Fringe, Silent Witness, Chasing the Cure, The Great British Baking Show, Travelers, Good Omens, Dr. Who, Worst Cooks in America, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Midsommer Murders, The Kominsky Method, Brooklyn 99, Psych, Glee, Barney Miller, Lucifer, Broadchurch, The Good Place, Dead to Me, Travels With My Father, Better Call Saul, Death in Paradise, Call the Midwife, Sugar Rush, Nailed It, 800 Words, Umbrella Academy, Handmaid’s Tale, Harlots, The Crown, Supernatural, Yellowstone, Stranger Things, Planet Earth, Nature, This Strange Rock, Mindhunter, Versailles, The Last Kingdom, The Expanse, News Radio, Frasier, Monk, Taxi, Mary Tyler Moore, Dick Van Dyke, You Bet Your Life, Andy Griffith, White Collar, Blown Away.
I’m planning my fall Loopy Grad School knitting. I wanted to major in HOME just because I want to knit a bowl of something. But the decision was cinched when LeeAnn posted a picture of an amazing owl that comes from Knitted Animal Friends by Louise Crowther.* I ordered the book and cannot wait for it to arrive. I think I want to start with the owl in that book, for my Grad School assignment. But all of them are cute, and I foresee making many of them!
The second book I want to tell you about is Tanis Gray’s new book Harry Potter: Knitting Magic: The Official Harry Potter Knitting Pattern Book,* which looks like it will be coming out in January. I also ordered that. (Because Hedwig. And the grumpy Pixie.) It’s the #1 Best Seller in Knitting and it’s not even coming out for months. So happy for Tanis!
So it looks like I will have lots of Loopy Grad School knitting to keep me occupied and lots of TV options to keep me entertained while I knit. And I hope the same for you!
I have a Fall question for you. When do you take your beautiful summer flowers out of the pots and replace them with beautiful fall mums? I love mums in the fall, but my summer flowers are still looking good. What I usually end up doing is just not getting mums. What do you do?
Our Blog Contest winner from last week is: Bonney from NH. Bonney, we’ll get your prize shipped right out!
P.S. *Note: we do not do affiliate links. If you click on the links above and buy the books, there is no advantage to us. Just wanted to share two great books with you!