Sunday, 9 December 2012

Beauty in unexpected places

Winter. Beyond the obvious, there is beauty to be found. 
Reminders of transience and fragility, the cycle of life.
Space is being created for the new...

.... and it's perfect weather for knitting snuggly things. 
The February Lady Sweater is coming along nicely.
(Click image to link to the YoP group on Ravelry)

9 comments:

  1. I do love that cardigan, shame it won't suit me :( I can't wear things that button only above the bust.

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  2. Love the cardigan, perfect colour for winter. I'm also enjoying your Elf pics, hope he's not causing too much trouble! Em xx

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  3. Perfect little sweater for winter and such a lovely job you have done with it.
    *smiles*

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  4. It is the perfect weather for knitting snugly things :) I just wish I hadn't self-imposed so many Christmas projects. Nothing to do but get'em done so I can move on :) Lovely buttons you've picked.

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  5. Hydragea..*sigh* I have a bunch planted because the flowers are lovely even when dried! George is hysterical! I love him..

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  6. I love how your cardigan is coming along and I love the biscuit shade you've chosen to knit it in. Your so nearly there with it now. I'm so taking that word "babymoon" love it and its going gorgeous, squeezing in a few blog visits here and there in between snuggles lol.

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  7. Beautiful cardigan. Love love love it.

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  8. I'd say better than nicely, Sarah, more like beautifully! The buttons are so cute.

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