A little bit of this and, a little bit of that, makes a little bit of me.


Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes.
Art is knowing which ones to keep.

Anyone, and I mean anyone, able to form a yarn over, make decreases, and read a chart is able to produce the sort of beautifully patterned cloud that shivers under a breath and sets the eyes dizzy. There is no elusive, secret talent to, and nothing mysterious about it–just your openness, time, experience, and acclimation.


Spring Delight Dianna Completed with 3-rounds of Crochet Edge in F Hook and 40 grams of Kureyon S185
The magic of combining negative and positive space to express an idea of flowers, rocks, or foaming waves; in the act of blocking and dressing–like nothing so much as watching a flower bloom in Spring or Summer–airy but warm, time-consuming but fragile, worn for modesty but in itself ostentatiously showy. What could be better than a project so generous with its rewards?

Happy creating!

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Comments on: "Live Shots: Spring Delight Reversible Dianna" (4)

  1. It’s beautiful, Sarah!

  2. Dear Sarah, as with all your projects, this Dianna Shawl exudes joie de vivre par excellence!
    I love the colorfulness!

  3. Wow, are you talented! Thanks for the fabulous inspiration.

  4. Going through all of your projects every once in a while is like taking a walk through colors – and your Spring Delight Entrelac Dianna is such a beautiful example of a spring flower bed! You always bring out the best of the materials you use – another one of your amazing talents!

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