Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Lovie Blanket and a Wrinkle in Time

 The Lovie Blanket is done!

It was a fun knit!
I took pictures of it yesterday morning,
a happy morning with a phone call 
with my godmother,
long over due...

I realized that the first corner that I knitted
was not even... though I could not tell when knitting it...
so it is not a square blanket but looks
a bit more star-fished* or not fully symmetrical...
It's pink, warm, is big enough to keep 
the little girl it is going to warm,
and is handmade with love!

 I re-read A Wrinkle in Time this week.
The adventure, the goodness, the superb writing, and how love is 
stronger than hate and such a strong reminder of 
a life that is worth living... this book 
was such a good and encouraging re-read!

What are you reading and creating?
Yarn Along with us! 

*I know that star fish are fairly symmetrical but yet this is 
the best way I can explain how the blanket is in the end! :)
I still love it, it's just an Elizabeth-original! :) 


Anonymous said...

When they are made with love it doesn't matter if they are perfect!

mamasmercantile said...

Made with love, is far better than perfection. It looks perfect to me.

Anonymous said...

Everyone needs a lovey and that one is super cute.

A Wrinkle in Time was my favorite of the books I read for school in the eighth grade. I loved it some much that I bought a copy a few years ago so I can re-read it any time I want.

Elizabeth @ The Garden Window said...

Your blankie looks wonderful!
I still haven't got round to reading any Madeleine L'Engle books :-(

Rosemary said...

What a wonderful blanket! I am sure it will be much loved. :)

Mimi said...

It's beautiful! Good job.