ALL SEASONS – A HESITANT SPRING (March 26)

Hello SEASONS bloggers, at the end of March,       how are you?
the link is as always open SUNDAY (March 26) through WEDNESDAY (March29)  till 7 pm.

Wow, everyone linked up right away, last week! Fun to see all these early signs of spring and autumn – as well as every kind of weather and experiences.
THANK YOU, amazing and lovely people!
Hope you are visiting each other, otherwise you’ll miss some very interesting facts, like where Dracula really comes from – Romania:)

 

 

 

People and animals are more than ready for Spring, only nature gives a confused picture. At some places it looks really spring time.

 

 

 

 

In the same vicinity spring seems to be hesitant, waffling between winter and … uh…uh …Spring? Really?
Maybe that’s why I have difficulty choosing between am iced drink or a hot coffee!

 

 

 

It seems (for me) the year of finishing long overdue projects and second chances. Something a little crazy this week. I had this summer sweater I only needed to finish some seams, When I put it on, I really did not like the shape and the undefined blob of colors …but the yarn was too expensive not to use it …

so I ripped out the whole sweater!  This is my second chance:) Showing you it is not crocheted, but knitted on a round needle. I love that the colors in this open stitch make a defined pattern. The top will be in the Stockinette Stitch.

 

Give yourself a SECOND chance

Your turn:)

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26 Comments Add yours

  1. kenschneider says:

    I like the geographic pattern in the revised version of the sweater. Assuming that the yarn itself is multicolored, it seems to be nearly impossible to control the pattern without cutting and splicing the strands. Maybe the answer lies in planning out the length of each run of stitches— obviously higher than my pay grade!

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  2. handmade by amalia says:

    I love that yarn, it definitely shouldn’t be wasted.
    Amalia
    xo

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  3. Kelleyn says:

    The Hills are lovely! Spring such a joyous season!

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  4. Debbie Smyth says:

    Oh, you’re brave starting again! I hope it is wonderful after all that creative effort

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  5. The hillside with the wild mustard and curing lane is lovely, and I hope your new knitting project comes out the way you like it. The colors of the yard is lovely, and very cheerful.

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    1. jesh stg says:

      Thank you Deborah! Both views were on our way to Sac. Am glad you’re back to talking English (lol!)

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      1. LOL! I’ll try to speak less photographer speak for you.

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  6. You certainly are multi-talented! That sweater is lovely (of course those are my favorite colors).

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  7. Pat says:

    Spring is definitely changeable! Your knitting looks perfect. I hope your second chance comes out to your liking Jeanette. The colors of the yarn are pretty!

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  8. Beautiful roadside flowers … love the sunshine yellow.
    Your knitting stitches and yarn look fascinating, like tapestry ….

    Thanks for hosting – have a wonderful week!
    Ruby

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  9. Abrianna says:

    We are only having iced drinks here. Tomorrow it is going to be 85 and I have no a/c which will be another blog post for Thursday. Suffice it to say I am not too pleased at the moment.

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  10. As you greet Spring, we of the Southern Hemisphere welcome Autumn. But the two seasons share a lot, with some lovely weather and some joyful finds in nature and the gardens.
    Thanks for hosting, Jesh!

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  11. My Desktop says:

    Second chances are definitely fruitful in many cases, Jesh. And sometimes nowadays, you can surprise people by giving them a second chance. We have become too much of a “one-strike-and-you’re-out” society, I think.

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  12. Jackie says:

    I think your sweater looks great, please show us the finished product.

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  13. Klara S says:

    I love second picture. It looks like painting! Thank you for hosting and enjoy your week.

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  14. Lydia C. Lee says:

    We’ve just had the rainiest end to summer, and now autumn is bringing some sunshine…the weather is most strange!

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  15. Rose says:

    I love those spring pictures…and love the colors in your project!

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  16. That’s a cool pattern that evolved. Makes me think of waves.

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  17. bettyl - NZ says:

    Hang in there, spring will arrive soon! Yes, we all deserve a second chance but many are too hard on themselves to allow it. 😦

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  18. Great colors! Happy spring!

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  19. DeniseinVA says:

    Hi Jesh, thank you so much for the visit. It has been a while since I popped in but I have enjoyed catching up. Your photos are as always truly lovely. Yes I am ready for Spring. The wool you are using is a delightful color. I shall be answering your comment on my blog as soon as I get more computer time. It is published now. Enjoy the rest of your week.

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  20. Sharon says:

    Looks like spring is on the way! The trees are green. We visited the mountains 2 weeks ago expecting to see blooms but we were too early. Hurry up, spring!

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    1. jesh stg says:

      I’ll second that:):)

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