Born in and lately returned to Yorkshire from Scotland, pining for Italy, I knit socks but prefer to wear flip flops
I'm a hack knitter, but I loved this! I'm sure many who are participating will do likewise.Kat
Great, I love the purplesness of it all.
Oh, I really like who you've written and presented your haiku, Jenny! This really distills down to the pure essence the world of the knitter. Your poem and photo make a very delightful experience...Makes me want to pick up my sticks and knit now! LOL! ;o) Thanks so much for joining us. Many have been enjoying the event. It's been a great day! Hope you're having a lovely holiday... ((HUGS))
This is lovely.I used to knit and it was very satisfying indeedand artistic.
My first Knitting Haiku and I love it.
Your haiku made me smile Jenny! Very good! I tried to write a knitting one, but gave up and resorted to 'evening'. Hope you've had a restful and enjoyable holiday (some knitting too, of course). It looks sooo pretty.
Lovely photo and Haiku! I love the patience needed for knitting, the faith that eventually this thread will make something lovely-in your case fantastic socks it seems-in mine squares for blankets and scarves!
This so clever! I love it!!!
How very clever! Love it! Thanks for sharing!
Your haiku is brilliant, and ypur picture is a great accompaniment.
And I who loves to knit is completely in tune with your haiku!
This is such a lovely Haiku, very clever. I enjoyed stopping by and will be back. Nice to have met you!
Wonderful! Knitting is such peacful action -- a perfect match with haiku.