Weekly Photo Challenge: Create

The Daily Post posted this week’s photo challenge, which is create. Although they suggest posting a photo/photos of something you have created, I have gone a bit different direction with this one.

A yarn store Kat and I visited last summer, chock full of materials with which to create many beautiful, warm items. It is usually dangerous to let me loose in a store like this, but that day I behaved myself and purchased nothing. True, really true. I know, it’s hard to believe, but I do not lie.

The Kat’s creative urges tend to go in many directions, usually all at once. This is a picture of her supplies for last summer’s creations – it is hard to say what this year’s supplies might be. I suspect I’ll find out when she arrives on July 10.

Now that I have posted my photos, I can sit in my comfy chair and see what the rest of you are doing.

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28 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Create

  1. Northern Narratives says:

    This is too beautiful. Now I have to go visit my local yarn store πŸ™‚


  2. ladywise says:

    Good interpretation of the challenge I’d say. Love the photo of the yarn store.


  3. I love this take on the theme, Carol! Colorful and creative–and what is more appropriate than a little artistic license?


  4. Oh, that wall of yarn is soooooo enticing — even to a non-knitter, like me.


  5. I’d love to see the Kat’s socks when they were done being ‘modified’. My kids like to redo their clothes and I love to see what they come up with. Love the feast of color–my neckties give the same feeling.


    • Carol says:

      Kat makes sock creatures out of the socks. At some point, I blogged about two she made for me, but I think that was before moved to WordPress so now it would be inaccessible.


  6. Gobetween says:

    My mom would love to browse in that yarn store. Perhaps the options were too many for you to decide on what to get.


    • Carol says:

      Possibly too many options – more likely the fact that I had spent $25 on a salad spinner just a few minutes before and had not yet rationalized spending more money that day.


  7. Heather says:

    I (still) don’t knit or crochet, and even I would have had a hard time leaving there empty-handed!


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  9. Bams Triwoko says:

    Creative theme… so colorful.. πŸ™‚


  10. eof737 says:

    All that yarn; so colorful, so beautiful. πŸ˜‰


  11. So many colors!!! Beautiful!


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  13. Kat says:

    Today I am beading a seed bead necklace or three, without any fancy stitches though, making four magic wands, a fairy light from solar back yard light, and hopefully starting that quilt. After I finish my book reading. This summer will be mandalas, zentangles, quilting and probably crochet. Unless I get an urge, which I do everytime we go to Michael’s.


  14. Kathy says:

    That first yarn photo is really cool. I used to knit. You–almost–inspire me to try again!


  15. I do not knit or crochet, and I am NEVER able to leave these shops empty handed. Maybe one day, with therapy perhaps?


  16. snitch21 says:

    bright, happy and colourful! You’ve captured the theme well!


  17. I love yarn stores. I knit and crochet but can never have enough yarn. It must be because they seem so fluffy and warm.
    Great entry … very nice


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