I am practically outdoors in the middle of trees when I’m weaving. It’s refreshing to weave between corner windows. That’s how it is with the little loom at our Texas hill country home. I have windows beside my other looms, too. But this is different. Here, I have windows beside me and in front of me.
Nature is resplendent with ornamentation and flourishes that influence my weaving. Colors, patterns, shading, and playful surprises. They work their way into my thinking and planning. Aren’t the Creator’s designs amazing?! So, to be surrounded by all that inspiration while weaving raises the enjoyment at the loom all the more.
It is refreshing to experience the enjoyment of nature. We need that. Our minds need refreshing, too. Our minds can be freshened up. When we grow in the knowledge of God—who he is, what he is like, and what he wants—our minds are refreshed and renewed. It’s a breath of fresh air for our thinking. Like weaving out in the middle of the trees.
May you be refreshed.
8 thoughts on “Almost Like Weaving Outdoors”
I am glad you see the wonders that Christ provides; they are reminders of His presence and you add to His creation when you weave with His inspirations! Thanks for sharing your faith from God! Happy weaving! Blessed weaving! 🙂
Hi Joyce, I’m thankful the Lord gives us daily reminders of His nearness!
Such beautiful inspiration! You are indeed fortunate.
Hi Beth, Yes, very fortunate!
I enjoyed seeing the photos of nature through your eyes. It gave me a fresh perspective. As do your thoughts on our Heavenly Father. I always enjoy your posts and learn from them.
Do you move your loom from place to place, Karen?
Hi Annie, This little loom stays in that spot by the corner windows. Steve built the loom for me specifically for our Texas hill country home, so I could have a loom to weave on when we go there. I have two other larger looms that stay in place in our Houston home.
Thank you for including photos of Texas Hill country. It is beautiful and inspirational.
The triad of purple / orange / green blessed by God.
Thank you and may God continue to bless.
Hi Nannette, The purple / orange / green triad in nature always seems stunning to me! Texas hill country has many visual delights!
Blessings to you,