This is long overdue. Every time I think of the yarns I will give to Moira, I cannot help but be poetic. Her name conveys allusion to something blissful yet strong and firm, or so I just feel that way. So I looked up the meaning of “Moira”
and found that it means:
From the classical world, the name Moira stems from the Greek word for fate, also meaning ‘doom’, ‘destiny’ and ‘lot’. In Scotland, Ireland and England, the name Moira is said to mean ‘bitter’.
The name alone conveys two definition almost unrelated to each other :P.
Anyway.. I want to show the yarns I was able to wind by hand, as she requested for “a little bit of everything”:
and here is the poem I am able to write because the phrase “Yarns for Moira” keeps singing in my head
Yarns for Moira
Happiness is best enjoyed when shared.
‘Tis a bundle of joy in each ball of thread.
Wound as dense as a tightly clasped fist.
Gift to a friend who crochets using plastic