Friday, September 16, 2011

The element of air in your knitting life...

This week has been a little (okay, a lot) hectic with the shop, quick travels, squeezing in new projects and juggling charity items... and a few surprises along the way.  It's been a week of new friends and old friends coming into my life.  All in all, an interesting time and many events coming full circle.  This sudden activity made me think of the element of Air.  Air is connected to the soul and the breath of life.  It's associated with communication, wisdom and the power of your mind. Need a little air therapy? Picture your worries moving away on a gentle wind, receive and send positive thoughts and prayer, and express the element of Air with the colors yellow and white. Open your windows, venture outside today and enjoy the quality of air.  Breathe deep and consider incorporating the feeling into your daily routine, exercise, crafty moments, and understanding of the world around you. 

You might enjoy these easy weekend knit projects from my website, that will remind you to soak in the qualities of air.

 Shades of the Celtic Forest Wrist Warmers will remind you of the elements of air, earth, and fire on an Autumn day.  (This was created for the Creating The Hive 2010 Autumn Challenge) Join us for crafty good times!

Travel Go Lightly Purse for those long walks in the park, trails, or shopping excursions.  This is one of my favorite patterns and it's the first purse I think to grab for a busy weekend excursion or just to use daily for a routine errand.

Herbal Pouch Along carries those smaller items you can't be without while enjoying nature and keeping those allergies in check. There are also suggestions for what to include in your pouch along.

Gentle reminder part of the blog...As with any pattern, please remember to read the directions before you begin, follow the guidelines, gauge, and respect copyright restrictions. If you have to substitute yarn always choose yarn of similar weight for best results.  But, you knew all're sooo knitty.

Enjoy your weekend and I'll have more knitting on the brain blogs, charity projects to share and new items for my shop to show you.

Margaret (knitting, breathing, and grateful for air)

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