Knit and Crochet Blog Week, Day 2
|Imported from http://beneficialbugs.org/bugs/Bumblebee/bumble_bee.htm|
Bees are busy in their daily forays in and out of the flowers of the field and garden. They drink nectar, carry pollen, and pollinate the flowers. I am like the bee, in that I try my best to knit daily and when I miss a day, I feel out of synch. I do have at least 4 or 5 projects on the needles at one time, so I will flit back and forth, working on an easy knit when I am visiting with someone or doing the more complicated patterns when I am alone. As far as cross pollinating goes, I do my best to evangelize newbies into the craft. I try to spread my enthusiasm and interest to anyone who hovers near me.
As I reread that paragraph, I got stuck on what to tell you next and then it dawned on me.....
|A tip of the nectar stored in my stash...|
As for a Bee House project, I got a number of images but none that exemplify my as a Bee type knitter. Here is something that I feel sweet over, something I am anxious to cast on a begin knitting, even though the weather won't call for this type of accessory for some time. Stargazing Cowl in Highland Handmades Black Ash Worsted. Don't you love the tonal colors? (BTW, if you want to buy some of her gorgeous hand-dyed yarns or batts, it is important to note that she usually does shop updates on Saturday, the good stuff goes fast, so be there hovering over what you want to put in your shopping cart).
|Highland Handmades, Black Ash Worsted|
|Reverse side of Stargazing Cowl|