Thoughts and observations from life around the riverrim....
...including spinning weaving, knitting, gardening, flax, chickens, rabbits, alpaca..............
and whatever wild life wanders by
on my windowsill....
off my needles
on my spindle.....
off my loom....
Everything is beautiful...I love that lace pattern, Wish you could instruct me on loom weaving. The classes I took were not too instructive for me. Ginny
A beautiful set of whites. I bet your paperwhites smell good too.
Such beautiful whites all around, Cyndy!
How lovely....white is so pure isn't it :-)
There isn't anything as elegant and as simple as white. How beautifully it shows off the patterning and texture. With the world outdoors dressed in her whitest, seemingly everywhere I look, it is a beautiful reminder to look closer, into the details.Thanks again for another truly inspiring post.
Thank you for the "whites!" I am enjoying a snowy day view out my window here and thinking about white as well. Getting ready for my carding class this weekend and thinking of your comment on my blog. I am sure you could teach us a thing or two! Wish you could stop by as a guest hand carder!
Love the whites - you are always inspirational!! (Spindling Shetland?)
Oh. Wow. Just beautiful.
I love that beautiful curtain. Your window is lovely too.I had nice wooden windows once. We had them replaced with plastic replacements.I hate them. I want my old ones back.
Thank you for this white post. I have neglected the color for a long time. Now I think. Why not white:)
Beautiful white lacey things!
Looks like some beautiful whites are keeping you busy while the thermometer sits in the blue.
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