Knitting therapy




I know it's been a long time between posts. I just haven't felt much like blogging lately, too much going on around here and I have been feeling very unsettled by it all. My saviour has been KNITTING, a few rows can make a big difference to my days. These three small projects have all been designed and completed in the last 2 weeks. A rainbow Peruvian flap hat requested by Darling Daughter and it has met with her approval, she deserves a little treat for all the extra duties she has taken on lately. Next was a little leftover sock yarn beanie for a new baby who doesn't have very much hair to keep him warm up in the national capital. The wavy scarf is for me, knitted from the lovely Katia yarn gifted to me a little while back, a nice simple project that can be knit from just one ball of very chunky yarn that not only changed colour but texture also. Nothing very exciting or brain taxing just the company of clacking needles to sooth me, every knitter out there will understand what I'm talking at.

Surfer Boy is doing really well, looking less gruesome each day and managing to survive on pureed food. I have to apologise for not making personal replies to the kind commenter's from the last post, I really appreciate your care and concern. Thank you.

1 comment:

Lisa said...

Reminds me of Elizabeth Zimmerman's famous quote "Knit on, with confidence and hope, through all crises"

I hope things settle soon.