Thursday, November 17, 2005

Charity Challenge with Yarn Yoga

Charity Challenge with Yarn Yoga, originally uploaded by Ruinwen.

I hosted a charity drive with Yarn Yoga and here is their two month accomplishments! This group is loving and caring. They love to craft for others and their needs. This was a wonderful project and I really enjoyed it! We had 60 items in all to donate. Go Yarn Yoga!

My DH donated a purple scarf and a green one that he crocheted himself! He learned just for the charity! Go DH!


Me and Dalia

Me and Dalia, originally uploaded by Ruinwen.

Dalia is a wonderful woman who is not only an amazing knitter but a beautiful person as well. She loves helping others and is a blessing to our community...of course she also has the most amazing yarn! ;)


My LYS, originally uploaded by Ruinwen.

This is my LYS. I love it here. I have yet to sit down and knit at the inviting table but I will someday! :)

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Triangle Prayer Shawl Completed

Triangle Prayer Shawl, originally uploaded by Ruinwen.

Here is my first triangle prayer shawl. It is made in Lion Brand Jiffy yarn. It was quick to make up on size 15 needles. I enjoyed making this shawl and I will make it again in the future.

Happy Knitting,


Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Happy New Year!

For those of you who celebrate Samhain; Happy New Year!

I have a new mantra this year and it is; I do what I can. I am not going to worry about all the things I didn’t get done. I am just going to be thankful for what I did get done.

I have not written in a long while and that is because my summer consisted of making squares for charity. Where as I could of showed you each square as it was completed, it seemed a little tedious.

Then I began making prayer shawls and I haven’t stopped. I barely have time to get one done and send it off before the next one is needed. So..again, no pictures. When I finish this next one I will take a picture of it. It is the first triangle shawl I have ever attempted and I’ve really enjoyed making it.

I’ve enjoyed all of my charity knitting and crochet. I believe that giving back in whatever way we are able is as important as breathing. I’m happy that this great gift that I’ve been given can help some body in need.

So that is where I’ve been. As I look over the previous year, I really have come a long way. Vixenpath attended its first fair and we had a great time! I made clapotis and it was beautiful! I learned to slip stitch and I really enjoy it. I brought my stash close to zero…I saved a few things for some really time consuming projects…like lace. And…the most important thing is I made a bunch of new friends along the way.

Bright blessings to you all,