1. knitalicious:

OMG this. This is the most perfect knitted dress I have ever seen. Absolutely stunning. Seriously. Whoa.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/evenstar-shawl

    knitalicious:

    OMG this. This is the most perfect knitted dress I have ever seen. Absolutely stunning. Seriously. Whoa.

    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/evenstar-shawl

  2. fibrearts:

(via Ravelry: Beehive Tea Cozy pattern by Patons)

    fibrearts:

    (via Ravelry: Beehive Tea Cozy pattern by Patons)

  3. ravelryunbound:

    Dreambird KAL

  4. dreaminvintage:

I need to crochet up some socks!
Pattern Found Here!

    dreaminvintage:

    I need to crochet up some socks!

    Pattern Found Here!

  5. ravelryunbound:

    Saxifrage

  6. fiona-alice:

    Foxy Friends by Fiona Alice
    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/foxy-friends

  7. Goddamnit, look! We live here and they live there. We black and they white. They got things and we ain’t. They do things and we can’t. It’s just like livin’ in jail.

    — Richard Wright (via thesunatmidnight2)

  8. thesunatmidnight2:

    Originally published in 1954, Richard Wright′s Black Power is an extraordinary nonfiction work by one of America′s premier literary giants of the twentieth century. An impassioned chronicle of the author′s trip to Africa′s Gold Coast before it became the free nation of Ghana, it speaks eloquently of empowerment and possibility, and resonates loudly to this day. Also included in this omnibus edition are two nonfiction works Wright produced around the time of Black Power. White Man, Listen! is a stirring collection of his essays on race, politics, and other essential social concerns (“Deserves to be read with utmost seriousness”-New York Times). The Color Curtain is an indispensable work urging the removal of the color barrier. It remains one of the key commentaries on the question of race in the modern era. (“Truth-telling will perhaps always be unpopular and suspect, but in The Color Curtain, as in all his later nonfiction, Wright did not hesitate to tell the truth as he saw it.”-Amritjit Singh, Ohio University.

  9. motleycraft-o-rama:

By Cerulean Sarah, on Ravelry.

    motleycraft-o-rama:

    By Cerulean Sarah, on Ravelry.