Maintaining neutrality

ImageThis is my Nuvem thus far. I’m on the fourth color in about a week and a half of sole focus. That’s 708 yards down. This next color contrast is not as stark, but I think it will balance well in blending to brown tones.

One of my trusted advisors likes to say, “The world is ruthlessly neutral.”  I like to sit and think about that phrase sometimes. I don’t know if it’s true, but it’s interesting to think about.

Neutrality can also be soft and very beautiful, especially when you knit it with and alpaca and bamboo blend.

25 thoughts on “Maintaining neutrality

  1. I am currently working on the ruffle to Nuvem. I keep nodding off with tedium. I need to find something gripping to watch so I can finish those last few rounds. I NEED it off my needles. I think your colour changing version is much more interesting than my sea of sage green.

    • Ohhhh…the ruffle. I know that’s going to be hard when I get there. I don’t even want to count my stitches because I think the number will overwhelm me, already.

    • Thank you so much. The soft yarn and the changing colors are keeping me going. I don’t know if I would be quite as motivated if it were a solid color.

    • This is a soft and gorgeous yarn to work with. I can’t wait to wrap it around myself. I wish there was a better way to get to do that or see how large this is w/o taking it off the needles!

      • Haha, that’s the only thing I really don’t like about big stuff like shawls. You have to wait for the final reveal! (I might not be super patient)

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