Where have 14 days gone? I sort of have this commitment in my head that I must update "Knitting: A Love Story" every week. When I first started and I was very geeked, I wrote twice a week. How did I do that ??? When I finished the post on Secrets and Storms, I began finishing my next piece of fearless knitting. I love it so much!!! I love it so much that when it is finally done (Madonna and Lydia need to do their magic), I will include it in my top 10 treasures and write about all. What has happened is that I have hit "Steamer's Block." It is like Writer's Block but is has to do with, well, steaming. For the past 5 days I have said, "I will steam it tomorrow and post it on Knitting: A Love Story." All I can say is. . .
. . .it is magical and wonderful and it will be worth the wait. At least I hope you think so. Until this masterpiece is finished. . .
. . . I leave you with my last masterpiece. It doesn't compare to the Sistine Chapel, but in my mind it is Jan's equivalent.
This blog is dedicated to Mary Helen Growt my first knitting teacher and the woman who changed my life. The mission of Knitting: A Love Story is to preserve, share and promote the love of knitting.