16.12.11

A Winter Walk with Wool

If you were to take a winter walk with through the north woods of Wisconsin, 


you'll want to layer up with a pair of wool socks and a plaid flannel shirt,
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to keep Jack Frost at bay.
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 Winding through the many generations of blue spruce,
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speckles of bright red winter berries are painted in the reflection of the trickling water,
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 just above the creekbeds.
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Tread softly on the snow, and you may hear the song of the Thrush, a casual winter visitor of the midwest.
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Smells from the woodstove fill the air,
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 and a faint flicker of candle light welcomes you home.
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I'll be back here on Monday with the beginning of our annual 12 Days of Christmas celebration.  Yep, we're a little behind this year, but it should be fun!}


Wishing you a beautiful weekend filled with love and celebration~








5 comments:

  1. I just love, love your yarn Liz.
    You do such beautiful work.

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  2. Beautiful! :)
    Merry Christmas!
    Mary

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  3. Thanks so much, Tonya. I hope you enjoy the new yarn!

    Merry Christmas to you, Mary!

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  4. So glad I found your blog! I love all that you do with fiber. I really can relate to the names you have given to your new yarns as your Wisconsin colors at this time greatly resemble those of my home state (your neighbor Minnesota :) ). Thank you for sharing!

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  5. Thanks so much, neighbor! We're just over the border in New Richmond, {about 20 minutes East of Stillwater} so not too far at all:)
    Merry Christmas to you and your family~

    p.s. Your Jack & Jill vintage magazines are adorable!!

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