If you asked me to tell you what the past week has been about, I would probably say ‘knitting’. Or, more likely, KNITTING OH MY GOODNESS IT NEVER ENDED. And even though the knitting was worked in amongst some pretty awesome other things, it was always there. Always sitting there, with its deadline lingering somewhere close.
But I am here to tell you that I met that deadline. In fact, I took it by surprise and arrived a day early, which is always irritating to every host who is not expecting you for twenty-four hours and is still in the middle of preparations. Alas, I did not care, as I had finished my dad’s present and now had some free time in which to revel in this joyous feeling.
I made use of said free time by switching back to one of my other knitting projects because it turns out that too much knitting is never enough.
When I wasn’t knitting, however, I had a chance to visit some op shops and find a couple of treasures that just beg to be shared. So here they are.
Firstly, we have this knitting book from the 1960s, which I found in an op shop in Rye. Not just any knitting book. Oh no. It’s… Well, have a look for yourselves.