“And in the act of making things, just by
living their daily lives, they also make history.
Knitting is clothing made in spare moments,
or round the fire, whenever women gathered
together... It's something to celebrate-clothes
made in love and service, something women
have always done.”
~ Anne Bartlett
A sweet wee cardigan
for a sweet wee one
who just turned three
A well written pattern that
takes you step by step so
there are no guess work and
has me browsing the designer's
page for more items to cast
Using Red Heart Anne Gedde's
Baby Yarn so it can be thrown
in the wash with ease, important
for a young working family.
After being disappointed in my
last two books I have finally found
a book that I am enjoying, at
least so far, so my hopes are high.
Ordinary Grace ...
“That was it. That was all of it. A grace
so ordinary there was no reason at all to
remember it. Yet I have never across the forty
years since it was spoken forgotten a single word.”
Told from Frank’s perspective forty
years after that fateful summer,
Ordinary Grace is a brilliantly
moving account of a boy standing
at the door of his young manhood,
trying to understand a world that
seems to be falling apart around him.
It is an unforgettable novel about
discovering the terrible price of
wisdom and the enduring grace of God.
Did you see the ABC's of Knitting Survey?
I would love to read your answers. :)