Thursday, 27 September 2012



1. to knit with a reverse stitch.
2. to finish with loops or a looped edging.
3. a basic stitch in knitting, the reverse of the knit, formed by pulling a loop of the working yarn back through an existing stitch and then slipping that stitch off the needle.
4. one of a series of small loops along the edge of lace braid.
5. thread made of twisted gold or silver wire.

-verb (used without object)
1. to flow with curling or rippling motion, as a shallow stream does over stones.
2. to flow with a murmuring sound.
3. to pass in a manner or with a sound likened to this.
4. the action or sound of purling.
5. a circle or curl made by the motion of water; ripple; eddy.

Purled creature
Betentacled and aglitter
I love you so.

Necklace by Ula Kapala

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