Sunday, May 08, 2011

Knit On

"Knit on, with confidence and hope, through all crisis."--Elizabeth Zimmerman.
These words ring true with my life.  If I didn't have knitting, I can't imagine where my life would be.  Unhappy and hopeless, probably.  Knitting is a good thing to hide behind, although I've been doing it in plain sight.  A young woman in a knitting class said that she had heard that repetitive motion, as in knitting, creates endorphins.  That explains a lot to me about why people are now craving it.  Something must be done to soothe the pain. 
This is the window at Knit 1, as for now.  I just wanted to document it before it comes down soon.

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