A Merry Christmas Indeed
I love being around my family, and Christmas is usually the time I get to spend the most concentrated amount of time with many of them.
Being known as “the knitter” in the family, my family often thinks of me when they see knitting-related items at a yard sale or flea market. My sister-in-law in Massachusetts (she’s the one the used to be my sister-out-of-law until they changed the laws) is an avid yard sale person, so I was the proud recipient of all this:
And I Get Gifts
The copy of “America’s Knitting Book” by Gertrude Taylor is a great book, especially for someone looking for a great beginner’s guide to knitting. The stack of patterns/magazines were mostly Classic Elite patterns with such famous designer names as Linda Pratt, Kristin Nicholas and Melissa Leapman. There were also some miscellaneous magazines and random designs.
I finished the third of three hats, any of which my niece Sadie is welcome to have.
I have to admit, I really love Stephen West’s “Westward” hat design. It allowed me to try a new technique (to me) for the Latvian braid, and it makes a really nice hat.
I’d model it for you, but I would make it look like crap.