Saturday, October 22, 2011

A Purl of Wisdom

I was at Knotty By Nature today to get a few supplies and I learned to cast off my knitting

and how to purl. It feels great to finally know what that is and to be able to do it!

And I'm adding layers to this, now.


yvette said...

your felting skills devellop very fast!

Jensters said...

Glad you can cast off now as this means you can finish felting.

Katie said...

Good trip! That last pic looks so interesting!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

You are making great progress in your felting journey...I still want to retrieve a piece I started awhile are an inspiration. Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Yvonne said...

Yvette - curiousity is guiding me and I hope to make a quantum leap after taking the workshop with Ulrieke Benner.

Jensters - yes - casting off is important to know - otherwise I'd leave everything hanging! It's interesting to think of how 'casting off' is also a term for a boat being untied to begin a journey - so makes me think of how with every ending comes a new beginning. Once the knitting bug takes hold, I'm sure that's true!

Katie - thanks!

Mary Helen - oh I hope you do! I am glad if anything I do inspires. I tried to leave you a comment on your blog but it wouldn't work for me. There are a few blogs where this seems to happen.

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

Yvonne, all your felt work in the
last few posts is just really
fine. you have The Touch, i think

makes me have an urge to try, but
i will stick with cloth and just
come here to enjoy looking...
but i love so much how it is

Yvonne said...

Grace - thank you and I love that too - how hands on felting is.