Monday, May 22, 2006


More Art in Everday Life

Down the street at The Twilight Tea Lounge, here's a beautiful sign painted on the cement wall outside the door. Doesn't it make you want to sip some tea and stay awhile?

6 comments:

monica said...

Hi Kristin,
I am one more of your "thru-Yarnstorm" readers. I just finished reading all of your entries since you started the blog and I love it even more. I am also a magazine addict ( Vogue, M. Stewart, Elle, and tons of shelter pubs.) and I am totally addicted to Anthropologie! I love sheep and have inherited my mother's love of chickens. I knit but find the current craze/obsession with this craft a bit much. I used to read quite a few of the knitting blogs but if I see another pair of knitted socks I or another lace shawl I think I might just run for the hills. I love the balance I find in your blog and Jane's. The beauty of the images, the good writing and the things being written about nourish the soul.

Marcia said...

Hi Kristin,

I, too, found you through Yarnstorm and am enjoying your blog very much. I live in Connecticut, and am just going to have to get up to Brat one of these days! Looks like I might need a whole weekend!

Britt-Arnhild said...

Charming. The tea must be Blue Garden Tea :-) My favourite German tea.

Jane said...

I don't think I've ever seen concrete look so lovley. Quite an achievement.

dianna said...

Another visitor via Yarnstorm. I almost fell off my chair when I saw the photos of Brattleboro -- I've lived here for 30 years and never expected to see some of my favorite places in town on someone's blog! Anyway, glad I found you -- even though I'm not a textile person (shhhh!), I get so much inspiration for other artistic endeavours from these blogs, and yours looks especially wonderful!

Kristin said...

There will be more on Brattleboro - I can't help myself - it is such a lovely town full of creative people.