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Tag Archives: the BeatlesImage
5th Dec 2021 in garden, poetry, stone
Tagged let it be, Silent Sunday, the Beatles
shout out for crochet twisting yarn around the hook stress-busting at best
The prompts put together this week: SPIRAL and TWIST and SHOUT
Ron’s Haiku prompts of Twist and Shout immediately sent me off to You Tube and had my 12 year old self dancing like no-one was watching! (no-one was!)
I was 8 years old in 1960 and remember doing the Twist with my Mum and Dad in the kitchen, they were practicing before going out to a party. My Dad had his own special farmer’s style, his hands looked like he was driving a tractor and he sort of clenched his teeth with his chin sticking out a bit. I have a fond memory of him dancing the twist, just like that in his 70’s with me and my then teenage children one New Year’s Eve. My Dad died in 1998 so it is lovely to share these sweet memories.
Joining in with Ritu’s Musical March Meme
I hope you enjoyed getting your Twist going with me, no bad way to start the day! A good workout – just right before settling into a bit of crochet
The photo for the challenge is of my first attempt at this pattern for a blanket full of spirals.
I’ve become a little bit obsessed with spirals since Eleonora over at Coastal Crochet set me off on a quest to create a whole group of ammonites to be included in some future Beach Clean Art. Whilst experimenting with her pattern I made all sorts of shapes and sizes, then wondered if I could create my own pattern for a knitted version.
Experiments with knitted spirals:
mixed in with crocheted spirals
This is as far as I have got with my experiments – nearly there I think.
Update: I have just realised I have written posts about Spirals before – my favourite is the one I mowed in grass in an orchard I once had – you can see it in this post.
Joining in with Ginny’s Yarn Along.
Cathy and I have put a list together for a photo a week during 2017. We are on WEEK 11 .
Click here to see the whole list and if you have snapped any Spirals to share, please leave a link in the comments and I will include it in my monthly round-up.
Now I’m off for another prance around the living room to Twist and Shout! Join me?
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