What does your knitting say about you?

The simple answer to that question is – volumes! Yes, your knitting says volumes about you. I realized this recently when I saw my mother knitting. My mum knits fast and – in her own words – doesn’t mind if things get fudged up a little here and there. She often loses stitches between rows…

My Get-out-of-Funk Checklist

First and foremost, I must thank you all for your overwhelming response to my last post – Grandma’s wisdom. For any writer, especially a novice like me, the highest praise possible is for their writing to resonate with the person reading their work. Your comments about your experiences and memories have encouraged me to share…

Ode to Medknitation

Here we go, once again,Clickety-click, clickety-click,Wrap it once and once again,Clickety-click, clickety-click,Cast it on and watch it go,Clickety-click, clickety-click,Start direction, it’s your show. When you start to knit the stitch,Clickety-click, clickety-click,Feel it rise and scratch that itch,Clickety-click, clickety-click,Knit and purl together till,Clickety-click, clickety-click,Mind and breath’s in sync and still. Every project that you take,Clickety-click, clickety-click,Scarf…

Say Om, say Medknitation

As you all know, I took a day off from Project Cowl yesterday. I did some lawyering (yes I still do that!), some knitting and a whole lot of Medknitation. I know you think that I just made up that word – since I made up ‘yarn-o-holic’- however, there is such a thing in reality…

When you miss the train you’re on

I was all set with my blog today – Day 2 of Project Cowl – and I was about to publish it, when a very tragic news came through. Today, I can’t bring myself to write about anything else.