Bryant, age 14, has said the words every knitting mother wants to her, “Do you think you could teach me to knit?” I would love to teach him to knit and I would enjoy his company at knit nights. He asked how long it would take him to learn. I told him it takes practice, but a half hour a day for two weeks should be a good start. He was thrilled to learn that it takes less time to learn to knit than to learn to ride a unicycle. I love kid’s logic. His interest was spurred by the new Stitch and Bitch book. He has four projects in mind. I had made him two items from the first book. Maybe he figures he could get them faster if he knits them himself. I’m looking forward to this.
On my own knitting progress: I'm where I was, prior to frogging, on the Autumn Silk Cardigan. The yarn is splitting a bit from having been worked twice.
A safe and Happy New Year to all. I'll be away until Wednesday the 5th, down to WA, the land of many knit shops and no computer. Happy Knitting!