Enjoying the soothing power of garter stitch on my nerves these days. Nearly done with Ysolda's shawl and creating one of my own as I go imagining waters of a summer beach.
Now that my workload has recently returned to pre-pandemic levels (whew!), I've enrolled in Betsan Corkhill's magnificent course on Therapeutic Knitting so I can learn how to better use the gift my grandmother gave me to help others in the future.
May you be well.
Honoring International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples today.
A member of the International Council of Indigenous Grandmothers, Grandmother Flordemayo's seed-saving work is supported by Waterwoman Knits. I learned a squash is growing from 800-year-old seed in her family's gardens today. I find listening to her words and guided visualizations healing. Perhaps you may too.
Staying close to the wealth of nature and making with my hands bring me greatest joy and comfort. You can find me on Instagram as @waterwomanknits, and on Ravelry as Waterwoman-Knits.