What If. Blend Two, Knit The New

oy, no snarls. All amid a journey of cleaning and finding a paper bag stashed away that contained my long-forgotten collection of much-loved and enjoyed toy farm animals that include draft horses, thoroughbreds, cows and calfs, sturdy pigs and a herd of nubby sheep. They all needed scrubbing and so joined the canning jars that will be used for storage (cool and dark) of yarn. The garden is bursting with blooms. Knitting gives such joy between the planting, thinning, nipping and transplanting. Washing, hanging out things on the clothesline – including hand-washed knitted vests for a toddler. Taking the time to listen for what’s next. Continue Reading