Monday, September 12, 2011

a new routine

finding a new routine to my days,
includes a dilatory project to keep my mind and hands busy...
stitch by stitch, row by row, she's now ready for the lace.
I hope you're finding peace and joy in the rhythm of your days.

12 comments:

From All Stitched Up said...

I love your shawl. Color and pattern are perfect. I'm trying to stay home and be more consistant with my work but I have many dilatory projects to keep me off track. (Did I use the new word correctly?):)

stitching under oaks said...

what huge progress you're making! It looks wonderful. The color is beautiful. I had it a much darker navy in my mind. I like this color much better than what I had in my mind. And I love the new word!

Gloria said...

Gorgeous! The stitching and the color you chose. I think it is looking perfect.

I loved your HOPE post. What treasured photos to have. Beautiful idea...:)

I hope God is blessing your day with much love.

xoxo...Gloria

Ellen said...

What a good word (okay, maybe not a good word, but certainly an accurate one to describe my focus as of late). My daughter started a series of blog posts about interesting words and pairing them with her photography. (alittlesparc.blogspot)
Love your traveling woman shawl. I have that one in my favorites on Ravelry along with 1000 other items! :) Have to get through my current shawl before casting on another.

~ The Jolly Bee ~ said...

That shawl is going to be beautiful....Really elegant. I think I need to become a knitter and specialize in shawls. You and Lisa are an inspiration.

Meg said...

I love the color you're using, and I can't wait to see the finished product!

Gigi said...

Hee hee, good word to have in my vocabulary, K! I'm am very dilatory (as you know) about finishing so many of my UFO's ;).
Love the pretty shawl and gorgeous color of yarn!
Hearts,
GG

Stephanie said...

Beautiful and love your new header!

At Home Mommy Knits said...

I'm still finding my new rhythm this fall. With four trips to drop off and pickup the kids things are still feeling kind of disjointed but I'm sure I'll find my way to a balance soon! Love the color of your yarn.

MrPuffy said...

What a nice thought! I actually am finding peace and happiness with the rhythm of my life despite still carrying the weight of projects that weigh on me. I'm not sure how or why that happened.

Your shawl is going to be oh so lovely to wear :)

Andi said...

Your traveling woman is coming along beautifully!

Andi said...

Yeah love new words! Your traveling woman is already looking amazing. What a wonderful routine. :)