Part of the Pilgrimage Summer 2013 Series
Well…that basically tells the story…
After this failed attempt I didn’t have time to search out another yarn store during my short and glorious time in New York.
But the time there was deeply meaningful and needed to be marked. So the day after I got back to Indiana I had dinner with a dear friend who wanted to know all about my travels. After telling her about my time in the city, the vibrant shows I took in, the powerful swirling of Spirit-led connections and opportunities at The Riverside Church, and the deep joy and and inspiration I found worshiping with St. Lydia’s Table, we agreed that these needed to be marked in the pilgrimage shawl. So, we went to Hobby Lobby.
I know…neither small, nor local, nor overflowing with culture, and connection. But full of beautiful yarn none the less. And accompanied by fabulous conversation as we roamed the aisles and found a fancy brocade to represent some aspects of my trip and a glorious vibrant rainbow to represent others.
These have yet to be woven into the shawl, as the last 24 hours have been filled with paying bills, doing laundry and re-packing. But they are sitting in a nice stack to be taken on the long long plane ride tomorrow where I will weave them in and honor the time in New York City.
2 Replies to “New York Yarn”
There is definitely something to be said about Hobby Lobby 😉 Glad you were able to get something to remember your time there! 🙂
Yeah…it’s a good and dangerous place. 🙂