Archive for July, 2009

A most interesting atrophy

Thursday, July 30th, 2009

I was working on a swatch of my Briar Rose yarn last night. Nothing fancy, just a 4×4″ stockinette square. I knit a row, then turned it around and purled a row, then knit a row, then turned it around and purled a row. I know, the excitement is just keeping you on the edge […]

Finding my knitting Zen

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

I still have two gorgeous skeins of Briar Rose slung over the back of one of my chairs. They hang there, uncomplaining, endlessly patient with my complete lack of knitting activity. For some reason I suddenly started having thoughts about them today at work; remembering their soft and squishy hand and their smell. I believe […]

Perfectum Est!

Monday, July 6th, 2009

I cannot believe how long this project took. Knitting, sadly is not something I do on a daily basis these days. I say “these days” instead of “any more” because I know these things run in cycles. The muse may descend again; who knows. But for now I am content with the squeeplosion from my […]