This morning I walked what I call The Ridge. It’s really just an open space with a path. No cars. Yay. I try to imagine the cold weather of Colorado that will descend in a few months time and I pretend I’ll want to take walks outdoors then. I will want to wear my wool […]
In an old book, The Country Diary Book of Knitting, I found a pattern for a toy sheep. I had to learn the loop stitch first. It hurts my old hand a bit to work the loop row, but it’s impressive looking. I love Brown Sheep Company because I’ve never met a yarn from their […]
I dabble in different projects every day. It’s satisfying to pull the Lopi out of the center of the wheel of wool. This is called The Hitchhiker Shawl. I am not a member of Ravelry anymore, but I bought this pattern (it’s incredibly popular, I guess!) before I deleted my account. The wool and silk […]
The yarn name is something “poems” and it was a good bargain from Knit Picks (I think). I like the roving texture and the stripes are fun to watch as they appear. I chose a v-neck pullover pattern and the challenge (aka something I am not completely sure how to execute) will be the i-cord […]
The quiet and solitude of working with wool is a good, good, good thing. This is the little knitting pocket of my word world. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.
This is a writing space about faith, knitting, and ideas. Thank you for stopping in! I’m not new to blogging. This is a specific sorting area related to a craft I love. A major component of my love for knitting lies in literature. I like to take photographs of wool. I like to learn about […]