Well we’ve come to the last day of the Knit a long and it’s the first day of Spring! I hope you have enjoyed knitting the patterns as much as I have enjoyed writing all but one of them and putting it together. I’d love to see more of your photos, even if you’ve just made one piece.
Hygge is about intentional living. Those of you know me, know I like to cook and eat. This year our garden produce has enabled me to intentionally connect with it’s yield. I have been more mindful during kitchen preparation, cooking, and eating and it’s meant so much more.
This cushion is named after the lady that gave me the wool I used. It was many, many years ago and vintage at the time, so super vintage now! I’d almost forgotten about it so it was a nice surprise when it was unearthed.
Thank you for joining the Spring KAL. Thank you also to the knitters of the Winter KAL whom I asked to send me their favourite Spring words. They sent me lots and I’ve use them as my inspiration for the next 20 days of projects.
My favourite flower is the Auricula. The Hellebore is next in line. I love the colours and the mystery that comes with this flower. Some call it the Lenten Rose or the Christmas Rose. Not a Rose actually but from the buttercup family. It has over the years been shrouded in mystery and witchcraft. Much…