A burning question: if April showers bring May flowers, what do May showers bring?
The answer: gloom and doom, with a beacon of hope.
I don’t know how people live in a climate where it rains all the time. I can’t stand three days in a row of rain, myself! Not to mention the damp chill.
So, I had to take some photos in the forest to remind myself that there is hope of regrowth after all.
And what did I find? Dead trees…
…and more dead trees.
But then I decided to take the glass half full approach to life for once, and was able to notice signs of life after all:
…both real and metaphorical!
And another shot of the Toronto forest (as opposed to Sherwood):
So, how is Sherwood anyway? Well, he’s ticking along quite merrily – as did Robin Hood and his men, apparently.
Gotta love these beads (there will be 1300 or so in the finished object, or so I’m told)! The yarn is Misti Alpaca Handpaints laceweight in the prosaically named “EZ05” colourway. I’m calling it Sunset in the Forest, myself.
And here’s the money shot:
Not bad, eh? It will be approximately 16″ wide when finished and I don’t know how long, but suffice it to say there are many, many more pattern repeats to go.
But now off to gather my materials for the big all-day legal training session I’m attending today…
Luckily I’m not presenting, which means that I might actually have the time to whip up a scarf!
3 thoughts on “Sherwood and other forests”
There has always been a riddle among most American first graders that goes like this:
If April Showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?
Sherwood is quite stunning. I wouldn’t have named that color EZ05 either. I would have called it Red with yellows, blues and greens. I love picking color names, and I am pretty darned good at it if I do say so myself.
Sherwood looks amazing – all those beads! I take my hat (sorry, hood) off to you!
Looking good, Kristi. Thanks for all your hard work!
Does this mean you are in forestry?