Thoughts on a path

"If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads." ~ Anatole France

thoughts on line

"i should never underestimate the power of line, straight or otherwise" ~ Barbara

For a Friend

"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together" ~ Vincent van Gogh

Monday, October 18, 2010

to gift

I have been away ~ with friends and family and enjoying myself immensely. I do find this time of year incredibly satisfying as we come together more often ... to make warm meals and sit together talking further into the night.

One of my other passions is knitting ... and again I come to it more often in the fall, with a fireplace and warm light. This past weekend, I had the pleasure of teaching a young person to knit and she took to it famously ... off to knit her first scarf. Truthfully, mostly what I do is scarves ... and then give them away to dear friends or a stranger who might need one.

These are gifts for some very dear people in my life and my introduction to knitting lace ~ very beautiful to knit and I think I may do more ...


Tammie Lee said...

These are both so very lovely. Gossamer lace, soft and appealing. Like a web of silk, I lean in to enjoy, such lucky people in your life to receive such a gift.

Sharon said...

Your knitting is beautiful! It reminds me of your stitcheries, with the lacy stitches. Lucky recipients!

I love Fall too. I always want to "nest" when the weather turns cooler.

Anonymous said...

I'm a seasonal knitter too (only in the autumn and winter) and this year am itching to try lace knitting - but it will have to wait until the aran-weight pullover is finished. Thanks for the inspirational pictures :-)

Unknown said...

just lovely!

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness! I love the colours...and I don't think I've ever seen a finer knit done!

ciao again!

Creative Carmelina

shirley said...

Hi Barbara, Thank you so much for visiting my blog and your kind comments. I have found you as well. Your lillies looks really it part of a quilt?. Just love your fine lacy knitting it is beautiful. I have enjoyed reading your blog, and look forward to keeping up.

Unknown said...

such beautiful knitting! Like spider webs it is so delicate and beautiful!