there’s a mood of anticipation in the air, with it’s promise of longer days and warmer months. Spring, the season of renewal and rebirth – the perfect time to give yourself permission to nurture your creative soul.
Green shoots and first blooms are everywhere and Easter is just around the corner, with it’s fascinating mix of Christianity, Paganism and Spirituality. If you are celebrating or not, you can’t but be swept in with the complete mix of rabbits, chicks, chocolate eggs, bonnets, fertility festivals, the Crucifixion and the Resurrection.
Almost every day there are changes to notice in the garden and all around us, with birds chirping and busily building their nests ready for their new arrivals.
Why not use some early morning me time to knit yourself an indulgent pair of socks, nothing nicer than to sit quietly knitting away listening to the birds when everything else is still asleep.
Berlin Socks, inspired by the Bauhaus School of architectural design founded in Weimar, Germany in 1919 are a lovely relaxed knit with a gentle rhythm of knit and purl stitches.
Just one 100g hank or ball of sock yarn and 2.5mm needles and you are good to go – a beautiful hug for your feet in no time.
The pattern launched today and you can find it here. Hope you like it.
Wishing you a lovely spring break 🙂
Much love, Heike xo