Sunday, February 17, 2013

Sunday in pictures


Next year's firewood
Throw your legs in the air (like you just don't care)

Along the avenue

Light at the end of the tunnel

The last few crystals


Deer stalking

A new lino cut

The beginnings of a blanket

9 comments:

Caffy Bundy said...

Hi Roo!

I love the colour combination of the blanket. Reflects the colours of the previous pictures. Beautiful.

Bundana x

Linda C said...

Very nice lino print. Are you planning to make cards to sell---or are you going to use them either for last year's Holiday Letter or have them handy to this year's letter? (joke - last year was such a bad year I never got one written. I don't think I would want to hear about all gloomy and illness - my family's year).

Thanks for the lovely pictures.

LindaC

Mary in TN said...

Fab photos! The blanket will be really pretty.

Sandy said...

Even if Spring comes before the blanket is done, you have months of spring to work on it for next year's cooler temperatures. Looks lovely!

Judith said...

Thanks for the peek at such a tranquil part of the world that you live in!

Tamara said...

Thank you for the inspiration and amazement you have wrought. I had been reading your blog for a while, finding it from another sewing blog (as you do) when I decided to go back and read all your archives. They were funny, poignant, scary, honest, but mostly inspirational. I have taken up knitting again because of your writing, and my teenage daughters have both started to learn. Thanks truly.

Anonymous said...

Now I've taken a beautiful Sunday stroll in the Scottish countryside. Thank you!
-- stashdragon

acharmofmagpies said...

Beautiful. Thanks for sharing. And your lino cut is a work of art.

jessica said...

Ooooh - looks like a lovely Sunday! What a beautiful walk. (Looks out on concrete everywhere, feels somewhat envious)

As to the fabric you posted about - I'd be intrigued, but more intrigued if there was no sheerness about it ... what can I say, I'm shy ;-). BUT. Knit tube skirt? Rock it, lady! That would look awesome. Maybe even with some of your other drapey Japanese tops as well?