Harvest Mooning

Harvest Mooning

October 19, 2017 Harvest Moon   Tonight the moon, misty and wistful shines bright enough to cast shadows. The coolness of an impending winter finds my exposed skin, I shiver walking in pants to short and sleeves not long enough. Ben, my son arrived home this evening...
Why You Should..

Why You Should..

October 13th, 2017 The first set of needles that I learned to knit with were red plastic. Single pointed needles, they were about 12 inches long and with the acrylic yarn that my grandmother had in the basket by the couch, I cast on with the Backwards Loop method. The...
Off To The City

Off To The City

September 29, 2017 Off To The City We Go I have a significant passion for knitting. Its biggest attraction for me is the endless learning that you can experience with this amazing art. This weekend Bernice and I and “the new girl” Aubrey are heading to Knit City in...
Falling into fall

Falling into fall

September 18, 2017 Harvest Time There something about harvest time that is paradoxical. As everything comes to fruit it also decays. The tomatoes ripen red, plums soften and are perfectly purple, pears become plump slowly becoming the amazing fruit that they are. At...
Exploration of knitting

Exploration of knitting

September 1, 2017 A 2011 Cabernet Franc, from Seven Stones Winery in Cawston, a chocolate truffle from Chocoliro in Armstrong, followed a garden dinner of perfect tomatoes, basil, cucumbers, and boccincino cheese swimming in balsamic vinegar and olive oil. A dinner to...
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