For me, colour and texture rule and most of the inspiration feeding my imagination comes from the natural world. I see knitting as art, as viable as any other, and no matter what the tool or preferred palette, in human hands, magic happens.


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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Legends of the Fall: Patterns that hint of Turning Leaves

FROM BRANCHES & DUNES 3-pattern guide



Forest Flow (also from Branches & Dunes)


From Earth Lights Guide



Caped Vest also from Earth Lights


Fall is here bringing with it glowing colors, cooling air, and the longing for coziness in every earthy color. Consider the possibilities! All patterns availble here:

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Posted by Jane on 09/28 at 07:43 AM

Thursday, September 25, 2014

KNITTING IN NATURE: Can a Leopard Change its Spots?


I love nature. I knit nature. Even back in the depths of time when Kaffe fasset inspired a passion for stranded knitting, part of his appeal was his homage to nature. remember these leopard spots?

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Posted by Jane on 09/25 at 02:41 PM

Monday, September 15, 2014

Short Rowing on the Home Front


One of my most favorite views anywhere is lies right outside my kitchen window. This year, I tried feeding the plants and you can see what happened there. Overgrowth. Do I have the heart to prune a bloomng tree? Never. This means I get to disturb disgruntled bees interupted from their feasting as I brush away the hydrangeas on the way down to the river. 

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Posted by Jane on 09/15 at 09:02 AM

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Recent Comments I've almost finished Rouge Wave and anxiously awaiting Book II. Do you have any idea when it will be available?

By Verlene Brooks on 2014 08 22
From the entry 'Rogue Wave nearing completion!'.




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