Monday, September 3, 2012

Taking Walks

Taking a walk through Ravelry is like walking through day dreams: Yarns, patterns, techniques, assembled in clearly structured spaces. How did we manage without Ravelry!


August is a month for summer knitting or crochet in lovely bright colors - but also for lots of outdoors activity, working or playing in the garden, taking many smaller and not so small day trips or just enjoying the company of wonderful family and friends.I did finish Forest + Frill from Tiny Owl Knits, my third one, called Yummy Summer Bolero,

Made with some stashed Colinette yarn and my own handspun and dyed wool. I alternated 20mm and 10 mm needles, the frilly edging was done with a 10mm crochet hook. Send me an e-mail if you wish to buy it, it is for sale.






Here are a couple of sites and blogs I chanced upon last week: The amazing "Indiaflint"- taking you to new creative horizons.
Need to get more crochet wisdom? Here are very good tutorials "Stitch-Story.Blogspot.fr" - and if you want to learn the absolutely neatest way to turn a dc crochet chain learn how to by watching this tutorial.
You feel like designing your own stuff? Check out this incredible site of "nervous.com".
Interested in unusual book blogs? Here's one: The Inky Fool" - and I am sure you already know Good Reads - if not, it might be a very good idea to visit this page and find lots of new and unusual food for thought.

This summer of 2012 artist Francisco Centofanti of Francisco Centofanti Artworks made a number of paintings in the Midi (France). He captures the very essence of this beautiful landscape and the yet quite uncrowded area. Here is one of his paintings - they were sold the moment they were posted! But look at his other work, too, his paintings have already become sought-after collector items.




1 comment:

Kasia robi Sweter said...

Oh, the bolero is lovely, I like big stitches