My friend's one year old son was really fascinated with watching me knit earlier tonight. He mostly wanted to hold the ball of yarn, but he was ignoring me most of the night until I started knitting. His father had told me that he had learned to knit when he was little. He still has the knitting needles I guess. Maybe knitting runs in his family. Anyway. I just thought that was funny. I guess knitting used to be a man's trade back in the day...
0 · March 17
Looking forward to our knitting night next Friday! Please update your RSVP if your plans have changed, as I'll be sending out Angela's address and prefer to send it to only those that will be coming.
Also, if you are learning how to knit and need me to bring needles and some spare yarn for you, please let me know. If you know that you'll love knitting, you can pick up a needles and yarn at Jo-Ann Fabrics or my favorite knitting shop, Acorn Street. The yarn will list the recommended needle size on it. For beginning projects, I recommend looking for yarn that use a 10.5, 11, or 12 needle.
0 · March 14
is it alright if men attend? Looking like the guest list is all women, and I don't want to intrude. I just scored a bunch wool yarn and was going to send it to my sister (who is learning to crochet). but I think there is enough that I could use some for myself also. I want to crochet a hat for myself.
0 · March 6