The last week or 2 has some really excellent work. I am in awe. Maybe one day I will be able knit with skill.
First, let me be gracious and say thank you then say that you are so right! Some of the work I see here is beyond my comprehension and it humbles me in the best way. Some of that work is yours.
You are a fine knitter, Kerry. Just give yourself credit for it. Easier said than done, I know...I always put down the quality of my work, despite what others tell me. [Knitters and non-knitters.] -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
ayuh! That knitting basket didn't look like the fumblings of an unskilled person.
...spoken like a true Downeaster!
Kerry...you must just be fishing for compliments...and I'm glad to oblige.
Anyone that can knit on those toothpicks they call double-pointed needles like we saw in your knitting basket is already knitting "with skill." The heel you turned on the top project in your basket (it looks like Noro Kureyon Sock yarn) is just perfect looking.
You are pretty awe inspiring yourself.
Plus, not many of us can say that we knit an edible parrot vest, now can we?
An edible parrot? I hear they taste like chicken ... VBG
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