Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Knitting Content and then some...

I've cast on and completed about 1/4 of the the Sonnet from Knitty. I am using worsted weight colorspun Plymouth Encore. I really like this yarn for sweaters and heavier wearables. It knits up nicely and I have Mandy and my mom to thank for introducing it to me.

I also got my Kaffe Fasset, whoa, it is prettier in person -- thanks Lisa :) I can't find the darn camera...it was just here I swear.

You are The Lovers

Motive, power, and action, arising from Inspiration and Impulse.

The Lovers represents intuition and inspiration. Very often a choice needs to be made.

Originally, this card was called just LOVE. And that's actually more apt than "Lovers." Love follows in this sequence of growth and maturity. And, coming after the Emperor, who is about control, it is a radical change in perspective. LOVE is a force that makes you choose and decide for reasons you often can't understand; it makes you surrender control to a higher power. And that is what this card is all about. Finding something or someone who is so much a part of yourself, so perfectly attuned to you and you to them, that you cannot, dare not resist. This card indicates that the you have or will come across a person, career, challenge or thing that you will fall in love with. You will know instinctively that you must have this, even if it means diverging from your chosen path. No matter the difficulties, without it you will never be complete.

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1 comment:

  1. Wifey said that she completely understands the Michigan comment, so do I.

    I told you that the KF yarn was to die for. I am getting more soon for socks for my mom.

    Thanks for the new pattern to add to my queue. I have never made an adult sweater knitted that way.

    I'm glad that you are the lovers. It seems perfect!

    Congrats on the posting milestone!


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