Friday, November 6, 2009

Weekword

treasure

I like holey things.
So when Linda Sue chose HOLE as the week word- there was lots I could think of. Like my jewellery- rings/chains/earrings are often  a string of holes ... or this barnacle shell - one of my favourite treasures. I was so excited, I posted it on Wednesday.
In fact I like holes so much that I'm even knitting them at the moment:

holes
(others do call it lace knitting)



visit this post to find more and exciting holey things!

Happy Weekend
xo

12 comments:

cindy said...

your interpretation is great ... i like the textures. enjoy your weekend!

Leenie said...

The starfish is beautiful. I love little gifts from the sea. Hope we get to see the final results of your lace knitting. Sometime things that are full of holes are the best!

Sarah said...

All beautiful! That picture of the barnacle shell is fascinating. I have only ever seen them stuck to the rock, so not the inside. It reminds me of a coconut somehow.

frayedattheedge said...

I like your interpretation. Often in knitting it is the holes that create the beauty of the pattern!

avant garde said...

oh that starfish, how beautiful is that???? so beautiful! i really want to knit this winter coming upon us. i find is so relaxing and creative and i just adore going around and checking out yarns. love that. enjoy your weekend being your creative self :)

Caroline said...

Oh my! All of your choices for hole are gorgeous - the textures are marvellous!

e said...

beautiful beautiful holes! from your last post, as well. i think it's fascinating what eyes are drawn to through the lens.

Anairam said...

Most beautiful holes! (Are you knitting a shawl?)

Freshly Found said...

A beautiful holey knit!

Fruenswerk said...

Such nice holes you got here :)))) knitting looks cozy ;)

Anna said...

The starfish is so beautiful - I can see why it is one of your treasures. And the lace looks gorgeous, and intruiging! Sorry not to have been in touch recently x.

t does wool said...

absolutely adore the starfish!

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