30 days of thankful #8

Both of my grandmothers were knitters but it was my paternal grandmother who taught me to knit. When I knit, I remember how each grandmother had her own style and I am thankful for everything I learned from each of them.

Tomorrow is our knitting group and I have a number of options for some new hats. I think all of the colors would be lovely on their own but I am planning to join them together. Now how to do that – stripes, dots, chevrons? Oh the possibilities!

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

7 thoughts on “30 days of thankful #8

  1. Look forward to seeing what these pretty cakes become – I know they’ll be beautiful! and I was also taught to knit by both my grandmothers, and I’m sorry I don’t remember much about the lessons at all (yikes, I’ll bet I was an insufferable student!) … but I do remember my mother-in-law teaching me about choosing yarn and finishing.

  2. Those colors look like fun and will make for some bright cheerful warm hats. One of my grandmother( the one close by) was a knitter and the other a crocheter. Grama Helen taught me to knit and helped me with sewing. Those are some of the best memories.

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