Where have you been revisited
I am very busy packing and running around doing all kinds of stuff and have absolutely no time to blog! I can however, show you one of my favorite blogpost called "Where have you been". I wrote this in July 2007. Enjoy...
Where have you been..?
"I have always been here, you silly. Waiting for you to open the gates..."
This morning I heard a firm knock on my front door. It woke me up immediately and a sweet sense of excitement bloomed in my heart. With my hair still ruffled and my eyes swollen from a good night's rest I rushed to the front door, unlocked it and swung it wide open.
A gentle morning breeze caressed my face and I smiled from ear to ear as I set sight on my visitors: several swirling energetic colors, some fine spun yarn, a croaking toad, a honeybee, some rays of sunlight, laughing fuchsias, timid pansies, a pair of bamboo needles, written words, embracing light tones of music, secrets of life, deep conversation, giggling forest fairies, a sea of Love and... and... and so much more sweetness gracing my front porch.
"WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?!?!", I cry out.
My visitors all look at me as they morph into one being of Inspiration and reply: "I have always been here, you silly. Waiting for you to open the gates."
Comfortable in Monotone Simplicity
Knit 4, bring yarn to front of work in one gracious movement, purl 4, bring yarn to back of work in another gracious movement.
Repeat 4 times more, turn work, feel the yarn while it caresses your fingers. Now start with purl 4, bring yarn to back of your work, don't forget to be gracious in your movement, knit 4.And repeat 4 more times...
Over and over and over again, row after row. Slip slip knits, yarnovers, knit two togethers, knit three togethers, wrap and turns are all not present.
It is just me, the yarn, the needles and the two most basic stitches of all stitches; Knit and Purl. We are happy and satisfied in the soothing drone of Monotone Simplicity.
One little square after another is completed with so many different dk and very light worsted yarns: Rowan cashsoft, Artyarns Supermerino, Lonesome Stone Mountain Feat, Lonesome Stone 100% Alpaca, Araucania, Colinette, Misti Alpaca and Mountain colors.
The stack of little squares is getting higher and higer, the strands of yarn form a colorful streaming river.
I squint my eyes when I detect the pattern floating among the many strands.
I approach it and ask: "Pattern... it is time to write you down and reveal you. Do I have your permission?"
It looks at me and teasingly replies: "No. Not untill I say so. First you seam that mountain of squares into little gloves."
I sigh and reluctantly gaze at the stack of squares. The pattern continues: "It may look like a mountain and nearly impossible to conquer, but trust me, seaming is not that hard. Take a deep breath, make the darning needle your friend, and seam. It is merely the last step in your journey of creation."
Now if you all excuse me. I have a mountain to seam.
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