The dragonfly, in almost every part
of the world symbolizes change
and change in
the perspective of
self realization; and the kind of
change that has its source
mental and emotional maturity
and the understanding of the
deeper meaning of
Over the last week I have
been knitting quite a bit, but
most of my knitting is for
gift giving so I decided not
to photograph it. Besides all
my 'secret' knitting, I have been
working on a doll to give to
the wee one. I do not have an
exact pattern, instead just
going by mood and seeing what
comes off my needles. I am trying
to write everything down so if it
turns out and anyone would like
the pattern I can share.
Yesterday my Amazon order came
in and I have been slowing turning
the pages of 10 Secrets of the Laidback Knitters
A guide to Holistic knitting, yarn and life.
I feel I must have already learned something
because as I was taking pictures I had a
dragonfly who decided to join me and
hang out for awhile, that shows I'm
pretty laid back, right? The book shows
you that knitting isn't just a product, but
a process. That being said, the patterns,
[and there are 27] are amazing. From a
camisole, to a scarf, to socks and tunics, it
has patterns that I can't wait to knit along
with inspiring tips for a whole world of
knitters that I want to learn.
What have you been up to this week?
Joining Ginny for this week's Yarn Along.