Wednesday, December 12, 2012

A quiet moment




A yarn of steel-blue wool being knitted into fingerless mitts for Charlotte's violin teacher who ventures out into chilly winter mornings to milk her Alpine goats.
A much favored Christmas book filled with short stories of coziness and warmth by Miss Read.
And a cup of hot tea, all being enjoyed before the twinkling lights.

Knitting and reading with Ginny's Yarn along .

4 comments:

Karen said...

It looks lovely and inviting. I would love to spend time there with you in front of that gorgeous tree, drinking tea, knitting, and sharing our hearts.

Angela said...

What a wonderful gift. I am sure she will cherish her hand knit mitts.

Mackenzie {WhiletheWaterBoils} said...

I love my fingerless gloves, so pretty and practical!

wayside wanderer said...

What a peaceful scene and the yarn is such a beautiful color. What a wonderful gift!

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