Sunday, December 09, 2007

Morale, art and a new skill.

1. A hot Cornish pastie and cup of tea on a very wet day.

2. We stand in front of a painting at the Tate Modern. It looks as if someone has thrown green and orange paint at a canvas and smeared it around. My aunt says: 'Does this remind you of something?' I nod slowly and say: 'Yes. Monet's waterlilies.' 'Me too.' But we don't know why.

3. My aunt teaches me crochet -- I 'discover' several 'new stitches' before I get it right.

3 comments:

  1. The picture was v odd, an instantaneous impression of the Monet, & we were v good & had "proper lunch-time" pasties, not the pudding ones like raspberry.

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  2. I taught a friend of mine to crochet, and she invented a very interesting stitch which our knit group now affectionately refers to as The Marva (that's her name). Just call your new stitches inspiration and move on.

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  3. The Clare stitch. Put it in a book and you might live in history as the inventor.

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