If I Die
Which one of my knitter friends will work with Thaddeus to make sure all my fiber stuff goes into good hands?
A Knitter’s Yard Sale
Could you imagine having a yard sale just for knitters/spinners/crocheters, etc.?
I certainly have enough stuff to have at least a two day garage sale of all my things. Yarn…LOTS of yarn, spinning fiber, two spinning wheels, drum carder, three flat bed knitting machines, two rigid heddle looms, hundreds of knitting needles, hundreds of crochet hooks, a vast library of books and magazines, an antique circular knitting machine (and a Barbie knitting machine or two), and more notions than you could possible imagine.
I take that back, some of you could clearly imagine it.
If I die and Thaddeus decides to sell off all my stuff…I figure there could just be a little memorial table where you could also pay your respects.
And the local yarn store might want to have a memorial sale, because if any knitter traveled a little distance to get to the yard sale, they may want to check out the local yarn store (which is fantastic – Twist Knitting and Spinning in Lahaska, PA).
I’m not planning on dying any time soon, but you can never be too prepared…especially when it comes to my legacy.
Continuous, focused work on the nephew cardigan has resulted in great results so far.
Finished the front-right (including the pocket lining being finished and sewn in) and started the front-left.
I’m afraid the sleeves will be quite boring to knit without any pocket-hole shaping, but I’ll look forward to knitting the button band and collar.