Wednesday, September 11, 2013

YARN ALONG....BARK

It is not so much for its beauty that
the forest makes a claim upon men's
hearts, as for that subtle something,
that quality of air that emanation from
old trees, that so wonderfully changes
and renews a weary spirit. 

~Robert Louis Stevenson

 












I am coming along quite
nicely on my Bark Tank,
[this, only in wool]
which I just realized needs
a project page.

The back is complete and
I love the little opens spaces.
I just read this, so there
may be a chance I will
be 'in fashion' for once ;)

I am still savoring
The Yarn Whisperer,
words that touch the
fiber lover in me.

Joining with Ginny
and all the Yarn Alongers.

* Update: Ravelry notes



25 comments:

  1. love how the tank blends in with real bark! It's lovely and you are going took fashionable and lovely at the same time.

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  2. Lovely project. I am never on trend, but it looks like I might be this year!!

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  3. That book looks interesting – think I'll give it a try. Love the tank top!

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  4. gorgeous post ... the bark pictures make me think I need to do more cabling in natural tones ...

    the tank (will it be worn like a vest) is a spectacular color ...

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  5. Ooh, you had me in suspense with those first photos ~ great lead in! love the color, love the pattern. Beautiful, as always. And the book has been added to my list ;) have a great day. xo

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  6. bark is looking GREAT!!!! (those first photos actually looked like fall!....I know you are still battling the heat, too, though. nice fake out!)

    (my little side foray to fringe supply was costly this morning!!! enabler, you!!!!

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  7. What a beautiful neutral. Great work!

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  8. Lovely pattern and beautiful photos!

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  9. Love your pictures, can't wait to see your tank finished. Lovely quote by RLS and I am going to look up the book you recommended, thanks for that.

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  10. You take such lovely photos! I love the rustic look of the yarn you are using.

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  11. Love your images today Tracey- super creative- and your project looks so cozy, very pretty pattern and color.

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  12. What a beautiful tank! I can't wait to see it finished...

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  13. Ooh nice pattern and lovely yarn colour you'll blend in with nature. Thanks for the link to The Fringe Association. It's new to me.
    debx

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  14. that is going to be a lovely top.
    and as always a great great bunch of photographs. :)

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  15. Beautiful phots and your vets looks so warm and cozy!
    I'll have to look for that book.

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  16. I agree with all above - lovely photos, but what a great wool choice, so back to nature.

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  17. You are so zen in the Mother Nature around you. I love it. That up close shot of the bark caught my eye immediately. I find trees to be magical at times. If only they could talk, the things they've witnessed.

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  18. It's beautiful!!! I love how you match your knits with the colors of nature!

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