To Knit or not to Knit?

That is not actually the question. (It’s just a catchy title. Well, in my mind anyway. Okay fine, it’s far from great. Let’s just do this.)

There is no question about it because I made a deal with yours truly. Yours truly does not take kindly to broken promises. Injuries can ensue. Both physical and emotional. Ain’t nobody got time for that.

Whilst trying to rid myself of all excess paraphernalia I came across my stash of wool. Oh how I love to stash stuff to make more stuff (in the future). If I wanted to keep ANY, I had to knit it into a blanket. Now. Not later. Not sometime. Now.

Blanket

So here we are. The Beginning of the Blanket.

This wool better appreciate the effort. I have a cut on my left forefinger and STILL I persevere.

To be continued.

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15 responses to To Knit or not to Knit?

  1. anitaozolins says:

    I can only knit in squares too. 😉 my Mum knitted a vest once for my Dad he wore it for years!! Its quite therapeutic! Enjoy 😉

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    • Kyly Sheldon says:

      It’s a good tip, but the amount of photos I have on my PC is starting to get overwhelming. That can happen with a ridiculously cute little person around 😉

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      • Kyly Sheldon says:

        Tell me about it! I was thinking that the other day. It’s amazing how you start thinking of tidying things that didn’t seem a problem before but are now driving you nuts 😉

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