Day 18 – Kyler

Opposition between good and bad is often compared to light and dark, but if we look at it in a different way, we will see that when light shines, darkness does not disappear. It doesn’t leave; it merges with the light. It becomes the light. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

Kyler Shawl by Isabell Kraemer is the perfect example of how creating something can have a life force all its own. As if the item being made knows where it wants to go before the maker knows.

A visitor to my weekly knit group fell in love with the shawl as I worked it, so this is how something intended for my project for moms of critically ill children ended up instead on its way to Malawi to an inspirational elder. And in the generous spirit of fiber artists, karma looped back around and I was gifted this gorgeous natural dyed, woolen spun Cormo.

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Erin W

A sensitive plant, bamboo strong.

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