Geometry

I have been using geometry as a form a of meditation lately…

Painting mandalas…

and knitting away this fair isle tam…

Nearly done! :)

I have read that drawing a mandala balances the brain, as both the right side and the left sides are required. I am sure that fair isle knitting balances the brain too!

Both activities are very meditative :)

Yours truly at the swimming pool :) – #WorldWatercolorMonth

xxx,

Noémie.

 

Author: FocalHeart

My name is Noémie, I run animal communication workshops to help people enhance their relationship with animals and the natural world. My work is about the profoundly important messages we can receive when we focus with our hearts. Through cultivating the heart as an organ of perception, we can develop our ability to listen to and communicate with one another as well as our natural environment – plants and animals included.

9 thoughts on “Geometry”

    1. Thank you :) I think it’s probably best to start small… Choose a chart that you like and make a swatch with it :) if you feel brave maybe start with a pair of mittens with fair isle in it, this way you get used to it while knitting a small, useful project. There are some stunning fair isle mittens out there… I love the work of Natalia Moreva :

      http://www.ravelry.com/designers/natalia-moreva

      She has some gorgeous mittens there, and there is something for every level :)

      I hope this is useful… :)

  1. Your fair isle tam is looking great! I always find it tricky to keep my tension right when I’m doing colourwork, but yours is enviably even 😀 Your mandala is lovely too… it makes me think of stained glass!

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