She asks me to knit her a pair of fingerless mitts. A special request for Christmas. I say, of course, and hope she’s forgotten about the request, hope it will be a surprise. I knit a few rounds in the morning before she comes down; I knit a few rounds when she’s recording her Spanish … Continue reading On Knitting and Finding Magic
Sometimes Mondays look like casting on and beginning something new. P.S. Just Five Things begins next Monday. Click here to join us. xo
A very dear friend sent me gorgeous yarn and a pattern for the fingerless mitts you see above. Even in my eagerness to do the project, I stalled. It took me forever to merely begin (even though I wanted to do the project). It took me forever to finish the project (I kept starting and … Continue reading Wrapped In Process
Some random things... Even though Christmas is a few weeks behind us, this story will still touch your heart. I’m certain of it. Whatever your stance on global warming, Linda’s piece is a good shake-up. And if you read to the end, she links to her TEDtalk on time debt…click that too…it’s good. Here's more … Continue reading :: Randoming ::
An ongoing series of Monday snapshots and quiet reflections. Sometimes Mondays look like starting a new project.
An ongoing series of Monday snapshots and quiet reflections. Sometimes Mondays look like knitting with hope and grace and love.
Some random things. I'm often making things (photographs, pieces of writing, bread, cookies) but about two weeks ago, I had this incredible urge knowing to work with yarn. I crocheted a washcloth. Its edges are uneven as I wasn't paying close attention to the end stitches. But it's striped. And I love it. Yesterday I … Continue reading :: Randoming ::