Hello all you lovely people.
Its Friday night (should be cooking tea, it can wait) just thought I would pop in and say ‘ello’ and send out some love to you all. Reading some of your blogs it is quite evident that some are feeling a tad fearful and I really understand that, we are living in a rather unusual time, however I refuse to be drawn into a feeling of fear about what is happening. I just read dear Alice’s blog and she was asking how we could help each other more in this uncertain time. I made this comment…..
“sending love to each other through our blogs lifts our vibration, with this higher vibration we send out more. Did you know the perfect frequency/vibration for healing is 528 mega hertz and this is what musical instruments etc should be tuned to.
I believe this will all come in due course as we are ‘awakening’ to the realisation that the way we live and what we do to each other and our beautiful planet is not supporting or sustaining. A lot of souls are already aware, however there are a large number who aren’t as yet”
So dear fellow bloggers, keep sending out that love to each other, and to those that are creating war and turmoil in our world, they need it the most and not to forget our lovely planet, as love is the healing frequency 528.
Just on Alice, she sent a comment to me re a comment that I made on her blog regarding a Noro sock yarn skirt I was knitting my granddaughter, it is a WIP because I need to finish off her little dress that is the same as this (this isn’t hers, it was the one I knitted for my cousins daughter) so that I can reclaim my circular needle, but I have done two ruffles and the start of another one, so here is a little sneak peek..
It is so nice to knit with and feels all soft and warm and squishy and light, and I can’t wait to see all the different colors, just in the two ruffles we have gone from rusty-red to pinks, I can see green and blue and orange in the ball as well…just a little excited.
Have just finished this little jacket for her, knitted in pure wool on a circular needle and dpn’s – no seams, had to pick up stitches, which was a first for me, and it worked…yay!!!!!! I was so happy as I’m not the most confident in that dept.
I am really happy about the way it turned out, except for the button sewn on the inside, it has left a ‘dimple’ on the outside, think I am going to have to sew the button on loosely. Pattern found here and is called Children’s Neckdown Bolero.
I embroidered a few little flowers in the same wool and sewed some beads in the centres. I had a ball of wool left over so I crocheted this to go with it.
Awwww, can’t wait to see her in it.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone, lets reach out and join hands and hearts across the universe and be united in this time of unrest
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