February frost

"February dawn --
frost on the path
Where I paced all winter."
Jack Kerouac (Book of Haikus)

I have paced,
on my path
this February...

amid the frost
and the snow...

and like a short Haiku
my February Frost ...
implies the season of the work...
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just enough to keep me warm...
while I anticipate...
the arrival of the next season~
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Comments

kim said…
Beautiful knits as always. But, GAH! that table! Love it. Hope you had a wonderfully creative weekend.
lmac said…
so glad you made this....for you....
a perfect knit....in waiting...
xo
Kari Desi said…
Beautiful. And your images are gorgeous, especially the table. Ah.
YarnSnob said…
So adorable, your knitting and images always make me smile. You looks so cute!
leslie said…
Your images are lovely, your knitting stunning, and oh that table is perfection. Thank you for visiting my blog.
leslie
the nest said…
yes! something for that last push. love your new top and the red rannunculus.
Tara said…
I just enjoy each of your posts so much. Beautiful photos and knitting and your words give me so much to think about. A little Jack kerouac doesn't hurt either.
I love this all, Theresa! That beautiful new knit, the images, the prose...wonderful!
Sam said…
It's beautiful.....of course. So elegantly and beautifully photographed, as always. Whatever happened to the Rowan sweater?
Anne Marie said…
Beautiful images and words! You make everything sound like a fairy tale...
beautiful frosty colour....love it...great for layering T...
mistybliss said…
absolutely perfect... and such divine images - you create magic my sweet T xx
Christina said…
there is beauty here.
xo
nicole said…
Soft grey perfection.
Net als Toen said…
Your knitting is always beautiful. And i love the dreamy pictures and the lovely flowers.
Thanks for the visit; all is good and i hope for you the same.
Hugs, Pauline
L'Atelier said…
beautiful!
the knits the words and the pictures
-as always
xo
Beautiful haiku and beautiful silver grey.
Oh, I love this wonderful table with the red ranuculus! So gorgeous! And I envy your knitting skills, as always ;-)
Beautiful! I am particularly enamored with the last image. It draws me in in a way I can't express in words.

Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage
Stephanie said…
Stunning shots all. Your gift for knitting makes me wish I lived next door and could take lessons Theresa!
So beautifully done ~ the knitting the photos ~ and the prose.

I enjoyed following the treasure hunt of links ~ who couldn't love a yarn called "Puffin" and thank you for reminding me that it's time to return to a Rowan design :) Enjoy my friend ~ it's beautiful on you!
raining sheep said…
Now that is perfect gorgeousness. I love love this. And of course the photos are beautiful and totally make your post.
Mary said…
So peaceful and wonderful poetry-like post. Fabulous table, too. I have enjoyed reading about your work in Somerset, btw! I saw you were featured again recently- congrats! :) Mary
Pam said…
I am always stunned by your beautiful photographs Theresa!
P x
Nightfall,
too dark to read the page
too cold.

(We're having a snowstorm)

Kerouac haiku!
Wonderful post
I say "WOW"
Renee said…
b e a u t i f u l !!!
ELK said…
lovely angles in this series of gray frost .. i relish all the stunning textures of cloth.light .blooms
Rachel said…
Such beauty all around...
Doreen said…
Dearest Theresa...you weaver of dreams you! I so love how everything you do is so beautifully considered and meaningful...the story comes full circle...a beautiful tale...magically told xx
lila Braga said…
soooooo gorgeous!
missed coming here to visit this gorgeous blog1
Pauline said…
Hello Theresa,
I have a new blog. Just to let you know.
Hugs, Pauline
Camilla~ Bloom said…
ART!
your images
your knits
your words

Love it all...and love to you!
Xo
Marie said…
Beautiful! You inspire me!
patrice said…
Okay you win!!! Most beautiful things I saw all day!
Thank you so much. I am inspired. ox

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