Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Another Pink Scarf...
In my sorting of supplies I unearthed a bag of yarns I had purchased at a specialty shop last Winter in Bakersfield while Mr. C was working. I didn't find any pink yarn however I did have some lovely pastel Italian yarn remaining from making a scarf last year. Hmmm...I also had a brand new skein of dusty rose yarn that somehow fell into my shopping cart one day a few weeks ago. So on the worktable were the two yarns and a crochet hook. I introduced them and a lovely dance ensued...yarn over, hook through, yarn stitched...and so it went.
Here is the result. Another pink scarf for the cause. This might be one of my favorites so far.
Here is the same scarf in less light which more closely shows the dusty rose coloring. I can only hope and pray that the recipient of this scarf knows that I put peace and hope and joy into each stitch. Someone asked how many scarves have been donated and I do not know. It must be a lot with so many kind and generous people making them after seeing a post here or there.
As I type we are having rain and hail. Snow is still predicted for us later today. It rained all night with a good steady amount so we should have some good news for our water table. Our region had the smallest amount of rain since something like 1920 for January and February. That is a record we do not need to hold. I am enjoying the rain as I do not have to go out today. It is also helping to wash off some pollen that covers everything in yellow this time of year.
I feel blessed to be able to sit here at my computer and enjoy reading blogs I follow. I must admit that I am limiting myself more and more to spend less time wandering the world of blogs and internet sites. I find I am able to accomplish more with less time on the computer. Hmmm...
I also feel blessed that I can be in my sewing room and studio creating and finishing up some projects. I continue to ponder my path of creativity. What do I really enjoy making or doing? Why am I doing something? Is it benefiting anything or anyone? Am I just wandering aimlessly through my days? Maybe I am maturing? Oh heavens no...my little girl still loves to twirl and I have a lot of joy still to experience!
After all...My Heart is Happy because I am Creative.
May Creative Joy Fill Your Heart...
Posted by Createology at 11:36 AM
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This is BEAUTIFUL, Chica!!! Truly! Hope you stay warm today, but get lots of moisture - send some our way, would ya'. Doing a blog post tomorrow about my friend, The Ribbon Lady, and the show at Grass Valley over Mother's Day, that I told yo about...you will LOVE her!ReplyDelete
These are really different and pretty. Love them.ReplyDelete
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Your scarves are gorgeous. Very beautiful.ReplyDelete
Happy crafting. Ana
Twirl away! The scarf is lovely.ReplyDelete
all your creations are beautiful, and very much you! Keep on creating and twirling!ReplyDelete
Beautiful scarf Sherry.Crochet must be fun. One day...I'll have a go.ReplyDelete
I think we all THINK too much.It's perfectly fine to just BE. I used to plan my days with lists etc. check off the list..RATS!!Now I get lots done each day, and I don't have to stress about those darn lists!
The only things I put on a list are things like "Ring the dentist".
I love the colors and what you did with these yarns. Beautiful beautiful beautiful. Are weather has been a mixed bag. Sun but cold, rain and snow just above our property. I want it to warm up and stay nice. Yard is a mess and needs me. :-)ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful scarf, Sherry! Enjoy your rain. I wish we had some to help melt the 18" that fell over the last week.....sigh....waiting for spring.ReplyDelete
Keep creating and being in that happy zone! Hugs
Oh, I love this, just the perfect size for a neck warmer!!! I know what you mean about analyzing how you spend your time. I want to accomplish something everyday as we won't ever get the day back!ReplyDelete
Your scarf is beautiful. I admire anyone who can knit or crochet. I am all thumbs with the needles. It's really lovely.ReplyDelete
reading your blog has brought home to me that I am wandering aimlessly, now I have realised maybe I can do something about it. Must find some purpose to my life.ReplyDelete
Another beautiful scarf for the good cause.
Love the scarf! The flower adds a nice touch and the size is perfect for anyone!ReplyDelete
What a FANTASTIC sort of scarf! I love it because it hugs the essential area, for me at least...that part of your neck that is exposed from the coat! It serves as a super necklace as well!ReplyDelete
Thank you creative soul, for coming to visit! Have a fun day making something lovely. Anita
A gorgeous scarf stitched with such care. The recipient will love to wear it Sherry!ReplyDelete
Dear Sherry, this little sharf is the most lovely and beautiful neck-warmer I have ever seen- such a lovely work, and in the most wonderful springlike colours. You are the most loving woman to make those comfort sharfs !ReplyDelete
I hope you are warm and comfy yourself, dear.
Your scarf is just beautiful! I love the ruffly yarn it looks so feminine. :)ReplyDelete
What clever scarves! These are so different from anything I've seen before. Very lovely!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous scarf, I love the "broach" that you made to go with it, looks awesome! ~DianeReplyDelete
Another lovely scarf! I often ask myself the same thing ... what am I accomplishing in my day that is truly worthy? What is my purpose? Should I be doing more? I should be limiting my computer time as I really need to clean but cleaning house is my least favorite thing to do. Have a wonderful day. TammyReplyDelete
I think its your best yet too. What a wonderful marriage of those yarns.Lucky recipient's for all those scarves.ReplyDelete
I so know hat you mean about time on the computer. yikes!!!
Your Scarfs are amazing Sherry. The model is absolutely wonderful, so feminine!!ReplyDelete
You have a lovely Sunday xx
Good morning my dear! Thank you for stopping by to visit my blog post. It means a lot to me that people would stop to read my poetry. AnitaReplyDelete
Please do stay a happy little girl :) Your pink scarf is amazing and gorgeous! Hugs and happy week, WendyReplyDelete
Very pretty scarf .. I bet the person who receives it will smile and cry just a bit because she'll know that it was made with love and hope for her healing.ReplyDelete
I think this is my favourite of your scarves too. The colours together are so pretty. Hugs Mrs A.ReplyDelete