The definition of “wonder” or “wondering is characterized by or expressive of a desire to know something, to be curious or to be expressive of admiration and amazement
So why the name change? Well, it’s quite simple. It is derived from a story my mom told me. My great-grandfather called her “wonder” and told her she had curious mind. I’m just like her, I am curious and want to learn new things and be expressive. I am beginning to concentrate more on art, photography and other creative outlets, such as weaving and embroidery. I love to share what I enjoy, and as a multi-crafter I tend to dabble in different forms of arts and crafts, but I always come back to two main loves, the fiberarts and drawing (pen and ink).
Today I am sharing what I have been up too over the past week …..
I am also working on a crocheted shawl using my own handspun, which was spun from my stash of Malabrigo in the color Zarzamora.
I recently shard I was using this handspun for a knitted shawl but was not too excited about it and decided to make a crocheted shawl instead. I am using a lovely free pattern designed by Kate Gagnon Osborn from Kelbourne Woolens called Asticou Terrace. This has been quite a soothing crochet project and I can’t wait to see how it looks all finished and blocked out.
Until next time, be creative and stay true to your crafting endeavors!