The rest of the verse goes on to say, that though this world is turbulent, there are still days and places where we can be afforded some tranquility. Renewal is a profound tonic. With sanctuary and rest, we can prepare to go forth again.
Interestingly, I was only looking for a verse that would lend some color to these shawls, but when I read the verse, I took away so much more. Some times we all need a little bit of tranquility in our lives to help us appreciate the beauty that surrounds us.
Susan has finished the pattern for this stunning shawl! The lacework is so intricate and incredibly beautiful. The talent that the girls who design these patterns never ceases to amaze me!
Give me any pattern and I can knit it, but ask me to design even an edging on my own and my brain freezes.....feels like a math problem. You know what I mean....if a train is traveling 500 miles an hour....ya, that kind of math problem.
The kit is available on my website in these 2 colorways. Custom colorways are welcome, but will take a little bit longer.
As much as I would like to join the KA for Moroccan Days, I am working on my beloved Bee, so I will have to catch up later.
Bee has my full attention now that SPA has come and gone. I really really love this shawl. The pattern is so easy to follow along with....another shawl with a relaxing rhythm. Who knew I would love purling through the back loop so much...not me...but I do!
Speaking of Spa, I was unusually well behaved in my purchases. The only thing that came home with me was this lovely roving from Amy of Spunky Eclectic . Ummm.....do you see a trend in what I like to work with?