I am very fortunate to attend not one but two knitting groups, and the combination of good company and knitting makes for a fun and relaxing time - almost like being on holiday.Thank you Suzi for your lovely comment, I hope you can find a little group, or set one up yourself. You would probably get a nice surprise when you discover other knitters close by. I have to say that the "online" knitting community is another added bonus for me - I'm so glad my friend Kathleen persuaded me to blog!
Monday, 5 March 2007
Yesterday, my two little angels (devils?) awoke me at 7.15am - on a Sunday, groan.... Rain and wind were trying their best to out do each other! After breakfast, dressing, clearing up, ironing, we all went out to Church, where I help with the little ones at Sunday School. In the middle of all our activities, one little boy took a nose bleed, and I'm the only one who doesn't faint at the sight of blood! So by lunch time, I was ecstatic (exhausted) to drive up to the Tramway to my Knitting group, where I stuck to the sock knitting. I did attempt to take some photos, but when there are 18 at (several) tables, it was kinda difficult. Here are my attempts (doctored a little)... And for a while I could forget about the bad weather, and relax a little, and pretend I was in warmer climes. Lots of lovely WIPs', FOs', Yarn (courtesy of Nan), and books to see, lots of food to eat, coffee to drink!