This week, I am linking up with Older Mum in a Muddle who is running a project called One Week. The idea is that you post a photograph and a few words or short(ish) paragraph which capture the spirit of the time of year. It can be photo of anything that distills and diarises your experience of this week. Details are here if you would like to join in.
So, with the fledgling feeling that spring may be just around the corner, what is it sensible to do? Start knitting scarves of course. It started with my son asking how knitting was done, so we bought some small needles and a little ball of bright green wool, and knitted teddy a scarf. I found the experience so therapeutic that I bought bigger needles and four balls of that wool that looks as if it has knots all along it and began knitting that into a scarf for me.
There’s something soothing about the repetitive action and something very satisfying about seeing how quickly the scarf grows.