Let Your Love-Light Shine
A few ideas for Valentines Day
Merriam-Webster defines love-light as the 'radiance of affection'. What better way to spread the love than making something for your Valentine? How about giving your (anatomically-correct) Heart – by Kristin Ledgett, free at Knitty.com or declaring Love is Love, Actually – by Kim Firth, about $5.70 in-store/Rav/designer's website. Given today's weather, we're thinking of making the heart into a small heating pad by filling it with walnut shells or a fabric bag of rice. If you love crocheted amigurumi, Valentin (Rav link) by Anisbee Anisbee – free in-store/Rav is a bunny holding a heart, use up your scrap yarn and share some love!
Make your Valentine presentation special by enclosing a poem for your loved one. Here are some Valentine Poems suggested by Google.
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-Caryn & the Yarnivore crew
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