t..& honey~

a cup of fragrant tea.. steaming ~

and a plate piled up with very hot buttered toast,
bread...cut thick,very brown on both sides..
with the butter running through the holes in great golden drops,
like honey from the honeycomb...

talking in warm kitchens,
of breakfasts on bright frosty mornings,
of the honeyed sun that still lights the evenings.
of the air that has turned chilly..

of the sweet sound of the bees that are no longer audible...
comfort drips like honey ....
and life seems large enough to hold me..
this ..

honeyed loop....
large enough...

to wrap your soul..
textured like a honeycomb...

loose or wrapped..
surrounded ...quite comfortably so~

Comments

Oh, I love this ~ your morning toast and your cozy and stylish cowl! I have hot buttered toast (homemade) every morning and it swims in honey with the comb. I have even found a local beekeeper - joy :) Someday it would be nice to share the experience ;)
the nest said…
those are a few of my favorite things!

your cowl is beautiful.
Hot buttered toast and fragrant tea, on a frosty morning...the beauty of life really does lie in these simplest of moments. I'm just sitting here savouring the scene :) xx
kim said…
Lovely imagery and beautiful scarf. Perfect for these chilly, Fall days. You look so content (and fabulously skinny).
nicole said…
Another stunning project/post.
Frances said…
T you've got a lovely knitted cowl, infinity wrap or what ever name you would like to give it...what a perfect accessory to the experience of a fine cup of tea, and toast with honey on it.

Best wishes.
Jean said…
I love that pattern. So beautiful.
berta ... said…
L o v i t ...
Evelyne said…
wonderful colors.
Pauline said…
Tea, honey and a warm scarf. Perfect for a chilly autumn afternoon.
♥ Pauline
Kristen said…
Very pretty everything, color, cowl, photos, post.
Sarah said…
Ah honey - all of these words and pictures are precious sweetness - just like honey
M Violetta said…
You inspire me to Write more - and Knit more - and put a whole lot more butter on my toast!
L'Atelier said…
it gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!!!
love the colour the texture- well just everything
xo
Renee said…
...oh - favourite things - tea, honey and a cozy hand knit
Lovely, Theresa, absolutely lovely!
Tara said…
This post was such a treat for the sense. The loop is simply beautiful and I can practically taste the butter and honey.
Rachel said…
Pure joy to read this post and imagine each of the things you described. Imagined pleasure to all the senses. And the cowl is lovely...perfect color for autumn!
Christina said…
so beautiful. it is a feast for the soul.
hello, my friend.
xo
peaknits said…
I adore this cowl!
Beka G said…
Hello Darling I'm looking for your Grey Dawn pattern. I can't find it anywhere. I've contacted you through ravelry but if your like me you never check it. So I am posting here :) Let me know if you can help me out.
This post just feels nice. Like Honeyed Loop, it wraps my soul.
Impressive picture. really enjoyed it. thank you for sharing with us.
britt said…
t, how do i get the to links to your mitt patterns? i was wanting to make a couple of them for christmas. thanks. (it says links to the side but there aren't any.)
Angie said…
Hello, t. I love all of it ~ such beautiful words and photography. Be well ❤.
You have a way with words my dear...and fiber for that matter. Lovely cowl, the color is perfect.

Thank you for your sweet email, I think about you often T. Wishing you and the fam a joyful season.
I will be skiing, knitting and baking...yum, with the kiddos.
Joyeux Noel
Ciao
Camilla
xo
lovely post. I was wondering where your shirt is from, it´s very nice...
Julia said…
Beautiful photos, beautiful post, beautiful blog.
M Violetta said…
Just wanted to say happy festivities to you T - looking forward to seeing more of your creations next year! Mika
ccildeturin said…
Hello T,
I used to coming and having a look last year, this is my very first visit in 2012. Be it sweet, peaceful, creative and full of delicious projects.
Love that cowl so much. This pattern has become famous as well in France and Italy. As for me I chose to do it in grey...
xox from turin

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