Sunday, September 20, 2009

Knitting in Nature

Perfect moment: Wilderness. Knitting between rock climbs. Falcon crying overhead. Isis curled up my side ...


Sitting upon my situpon, no less! And here's my view of the scene. I'm not making anything in particular, just swatching for my next project with Earth Arts indigo-dyed wool yarn


The story is that Mountain Man and I went up to Isolation Canyon for a beautiful Sunday of rock climbing. If you want to get a sense of the vastness of these rock walls, you can check out the photo from the last time we were there. (The cliffs behind me in that photo are the ones we climbed today.)

I finished knitting the baby blanket on the drive there - at last! And I love it! I didn't have time to photograph it earlier in the day, though, and by the time we made it back to the car, the sun was down and the stars were up.

5 comments:

Renee said...

What a beautiful place to knit.

lexa said...

Great knitting spot!

todayandeveryday said...

This is such a gorgeous spot and the colors on those rock alone would be inspiration for even the most dried up soul. Hope to see the blanket soon!
Peace~
Dawn

Kathy said...

With my dear dog Huck now gone, I only had eyes for your sweet canine with you .....ever present.

B.Wu said...

Stunning setting.. fantastic site. Amazing knitting... Your dad who is here for dinner with friends just told me about the site... no surpise at how proud he is as he describes you and all your accomplishments!
PS.. I was a girl scout in the 50's.. I remember making situpons!
Happy .. peaceful knitting!
Thanks for sharing your art!