Knitting Rainbows

Rainbows are created by the refraction and dispersion of the sun’s light by rain or other water droplets in the atmosphere.

A sundog masquerading as an upside down rainbow
A sundog masquerading as an upside down rainbow

That’s the official scientific explanation for one of the beauties of nature. No matter how many times I see a rainbow, I have to stop and look at each one.

Recently, I have started knitting rainbows, as well as observing them:

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As well as knitted rainbows, I am also partial to just threading them onto wire and hanging them from my earlobes:

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creating pendants with rainbow beads:

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or just drooling over the beads au naturel!

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A rainbow of beads
A rainbow of beads

2 thoughts on “Knitting Rainbows

  1. Oooh… love this post Sue… I get excited every time I see a rainbow in the sky. To me, as well as being simply beautiful, they are a symbol of hope and a reminder that God is with us. Love your rainbow jewellery…. and your beads au naturel are soooo pretty! ?

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