A pattern by Katya Frankel. I love this pattern. This hat is a gift for a friend of mine. An Archaeologist who has taught me all that I know about archaeology. I hope she likes it.
Our world is small,
Small enough for me to feel,
The exhausting guilt of things I can’t change.
So I keep it near and it breeds,
Growing in my soul.
I can feel it aching.
Rainy day aches,
When the wind changes,
And the damp sets in.
Here is the Big Blue hat I’m knitting for an archaeology tech I’ve worked with the past 7 summers. It’s actually a big purple hat but the yarn is Big Blue 100% Blue Face Leicester yarn from Fleece Artist. One of my favourite yarns.
I love how it is finished at the top. The pattern is from ravelry. The gargantuan Melon by Carla Martin.
So I’ve been knitting, dancing, reading lately but not sharing.
Tuesday Night knitting group:
Which I finished today while I ate this lovely lunch by the cool folk at The Rolled Oat:
I will be starting Flamenco lessons next week so I picked up this lace skirt for my class:
New book to start. I heard a lot of great things about it, Canadian author, whoop whoop!!
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I finished the Milo tunic today. I also was busy making a stuffed bunny. It turned out really cute. I designed a little dress for the bunny to match the tunic.
The Wool and Tart today had wonderful food offerings. Ginger and carrot soup which I shared with a friend.
I also finished my Very pretty lace scarf.
I’m planning on posting the finished bunny after I receive a photo. Everyone fell in love with the Sunny Bunny pattern. It’s off Ravelry.