A few weeks ago, I spent the weekend with my in-laws so that I could take some classes with Sally Melville in the Virginia Beach area. On Saturday night after my second class, my mother-in-law was watching Sister Act 2. In one scene Whoopi tells the main teenage character, "When you wake up in the morning, if all you can think about is singing, you are a singer." I have decided that this was a great piece of wisdom and took it to heart. I AM A KNITTER! I wake up in the morning thinking about which project I am going to work on. I go to sleep at night thinking of yarns from my stash and what I can make with them. I knit in the car, in meetings, while watching TV, and sometimes at church. I have designed scarves, hats, fingerless mitts, and shawls. Thank you to my mom and Great Aunt Elsie for passing this tradition down to me and my family. Thank you to all those who acknowledge my work, publish my work, and wear my work. I am blessed to have a supportive family and hope to continue to knit for many years to come.
Stay tuned for 2 hat patterns coming soon. One will be listed here for free to match a recently published pattern of mine in Love of Knitting Magazine. The second will be a paid pattern available from Ravelry which I completed as a commission for a friend. Both are chunky, quick knits which will make great gifts for Christmas, Chanukah, or other special occasion. I hope to have them up by end of Thanksgiving weekend.