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Inspired by the Rain

Spring has arrived despite the 
gray and gloomy skies. 

Just look for the sparkle on the budding tree limbs, 
and listen to the songs of the birds!  

For their song is not about gray nor gloom, it's about new life and abundance!

Green is everywhere! 
(Ok, even in places I'll be weeding later, but that can wait) 

An abundance of water is a gift.

Stillness in some places for now, but I don't see 
sadness here, I see hope. 

Rain creates a softness to everything and makes me feel at peace. 

So, if your Springtime is still rainy, I wish you peace and hope and remember 
this famous quote. 

"Some people feel the rain, 
others just get wet." 
~Roger Miller

Until next time, 

Hello March

The calendar says it's March, but the rain and the 
chill in the air reminds me it's not 
quite Spring which gives me some time to work on 
a few more wearables for those future warmer days!

Thoughts of spring have inspired me to work with yarns and 
threads of linen and cotton.
(Although, the cozy wools still feel more comfy to me right now. )

This shawl is the Queen Anne Shawl and was a lovely pattern 
to work up, especially with linen. 
You can find the pattern HERE
I enjoyed it so much I'm thinking of crocheting another one in a 
different color. 

...and just a sneak peek of another Springtime shawl I'm working on that's 
crocheted with cotton.  
I've really been enjoying making shawls for those beautiful spring like days with sun yet you still 
need a little "touch of Cozy" in the shade. :-) 

Speaking of cozy...
Lucy does it right!