One of my best friends from Library School is a maniac knitter. We all are envious of her. In the two years, she knit 4 sweaters, none of them for any of us (boo). But since then, I thought this skill was the coolest (unlike my being able to catalogue books in my sleep… booooring). When she visited last, we went to a yarn store and it was like this foreign land: English being spoken but all these words I had never heard before. It might have well been, say, Spanish (that other goal of mine!). So. Since then I have thought how neat it would be to be able to make myself a scarf—you know, start small and lean. Maybe a pair of socks? Mitts? Someday a cardigan?!
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My grandmother knows how to knit, but my mom only knew how to crochette. I learned how to crochette from mom, but haven’t done it in ages and couldn’t really do more than simple chains.
But think of the doileys you could be making! Albeit square or rectangular doileys, but still!
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