Think outside the box


Today I draw inspiration from this little guy. I think s/he clearly thinks outside the box which I think happens with knitting all the time. Especially for me, I can’t remember all the time I’ve made things up in a knitting pattern, because I misread or because I didn’t understand the instructions (and sometimes because I thought the pattern was stupid challenged). Sometimes it goes well, sometimes it works but there is probably a better way and sometimes it turns out horrible. But how will you ever get better if you don’t try new things? I’m trying on something new right now with my

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latest knitting and I feel incouraged by this picture. Just before it was taken, all you could see was the kid’s feet from under the sign, about four inches above ground (there is probably something to climb on in there).

The kid takes the sign literally, it does indeed say welcome.