To dare is to lose one's footing momentarily. To not dare is to lose oneself.

- Soren Kierkegaard



December 15, 2010

yarn along


Joining Ginny for another yarn along. This week I am working on a short sleeved sweater for my daughter using this wonderful pattern. This week I am reading Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon, a very interesting read.Now I'm off to tackle the mound of knitting projects to be completed before Christmas. There will most definitely be tea and chocolate involved.

12 comments:

appledapple said...

I'm in love with the sweater, that is just beautiful! I have my well worn, much loved copy of Nourishing...it is so full of highlights I might as well consider the whole thing highlighted!

scmom (Barbara) said...

I love the idea of chocolate and knitting ...as long as one keeps one's fingers clean! ;-)

Anke said...

Your little tea leaves sweater is absolutely adorable! Love the color!

Lola said...

love love love nourishing traditions.

Here's the pattern I'm knitting...

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pepita-2

Yours sweater is lovely. And I may have to visit your shop soon as your yarns are beautiful!

Kristi said...

beautiful yarn and sweater! that book looks very interesting! I may have to check it out for next year!

Kelly said...

Gorgeous sweater! I'm going to try and find a copy of Nourshing Traditions at our library.

Nadja Magdalena said...

Oh, I love those colors, and I have put aside yarn for a Tiny Tealeaves for my baby girl. I have Nourishing Traditions myself, and love to read all the interesting marginalia...

Elizabeth said...

Oh I knit two tiny tea leaves for my girls for Christmas. Such a wonderul pattern. I love the colors you chose.

Love Nourishing Traditions as well. So much wonderful information and tasty recipes.

Blessings, Elizabeth

Tara said...

Beautiful sweater. Hopefully, the chocolate made the knitting that much more enjoyable.

Rosina {Rosy ~ Posy} said...

What a lovely sweater! The colors are so pretty :) I have a copy of Nourishing traditions and just LOVE LOVE it to :) Enjoy the rest of your week.

S/V Mari Hal-O-Jen said...

That yarn is so gorgeous! It reminds me of the first pink roses of the year, and I guess they'd have to be tea roses what with it being a tea leaves sweater, right? Just lovely...

Genevieve said...

Thank you all so much. The yarn for the sweater is from Mosaic Moon & the colorway is called Midsummer's Eve.