Whenever I knit, I learn all over again that crafting is not really about making something perfect. It’s about touching yarn or other materials. It’s about transforming something from one thing into another. It’s about letting nagging worries slide away and losing yourself in something meditative or creative. It’s all about the process. Sometimes the product is wonderful, and sometimes it’s not. Here are a few of my many knitting fails!
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