Welcome to Wool on Sundays :)
And thank you very much for the kind and encouraging comments on the subject of leaping :) Being rather taken up with the leap, I have had to impose a crochet ban on myself. Just in case a certain Mr RH, who is on record for making some less than enthusiastic comments about crochet (which he may wish to retract when the cold weather comes and a certain Ripple Blanket comes into its own) should happen upon this post, I must add that I am still as passionate about crochet as ever. I am just giving it up temporarily on account of its being so addictive that I am in danger of getting nothing else done.
And being newly crochet-less, my only wool/yarn activity this week has been buying a 6mm circular knitting needle.
The eagle eyed might have noticed last week that Mrs hare was using some rather nice retro yellow plastic needles.
She brought them, and their equally delightful container, with her in her trolly shopper but I thought she would be very happy with the new addition because I’m sure she will find knitting back and fourth on a circular easier – especially when it comes to the yoke.
Mrs Hare is not altogether convinced, though. She says she doesn’t mind giving them a try but she is afraid she might find herself going round in circles, which, I suppose, I can understand.
Most days, I feel like I’m going round in circles myself :)
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