My one and only knitting project for this winter:
I haven’t done much knitting for the past few years. For one, scarves are the only thing I’m any good at, and everyone I know already has plenty of scarves (except for the barista in the local coffee shop, who now has this one). Second, I haven’t yet made an effort to find, join, or build a knitting circle here; when I lived in New York I was part of one through a friend from work.
Fortunately, it turns out that knitting is similar to riding a bike, in that you don’t forget how – at least not the basic stuff. And it has a distinct advantage over biking: there is an extremely low risk of being hit by a car.
What I’m reading: The World of Downton Abbey by Jessica Fellowes; Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley
What I’m listening to: Codes and Keys by Death Cab for Cutie; Long Gone Before Daylight by the Cardigans; Torches by Foster the People; Scars & Stories by The Fray