{this moment}

A Friday ritual. A single photo capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember.  (inspired by soulemama)

 

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Have you heard the quote, “From small beginnings come great things”?

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I hope that applies to my knitting.  This is my small beginning.

15 thoughts on “{this moment}

  1. Pretty! A lady at a church I was visiting gave me a hand-knitted wash cloth and I was so impressed that I tried to teach myself, too. I couldn’t ever figure out how to fix my mess-ups without starting all over from the beginning. 😦 Kudos to you for finishing! It looks great!

    1. My friend taught me how to do the knit and purl but by the time I got home I forgot how to purl so had to use youtube. It was amazing! I’m so thankful for the people who take the time to teach like that and video tape it.

  2. Very nice! Natalie (fourteen) has taught herself how to crochet and I received a lovely washcloth in my stocking for Christmas. It’s one of my favorite gifts. I’m so impressed that she figured it out by herself and did it! She did a beautiful job too. 🙂 Yours is so pretty. Way to go! 🙂

  3. My sister taught me to knit quite a long while ago and I really enjoyed it. Unfortunately, I have forgotten how to ‘knit one, and purl two’! Think I’ll take a refresher course and begin again … you’ve inspired me with your pretty creation! So what ‘great thing’ is it that you are creating?! 🙂

  4. I just started knitting too! Took my first lesson two saturdays ago. So far I have made a cowl scarf for Em and am working on one for Mikayla. I am loving it other than the fact that, unlike crochet, when you mess up it isn’t much of an easy fix. 😦 I had to take apart and re-start Emma’s cowl like 3 times. 🙂 Love the colors of this yarn you are using.

    1. I have to learn a little more before I can decide which I like better. I feel like crochet is easier but my mom prefers knitting so I wonder…… So fun that you are learning to knit. I would love to get good enough to do a sweater for one of the kids and maybe even socks!

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