Catalyst for analyzing the relationship. Giving or receiving a significant gift such as a sweater may cause either the giver or receiver to evaluate the relationship.For example, the gift may seem too intimate, too domestic or too binding to the significant other. It can be seen as a signal that makes them realize that the relationship is not reciprocal, prompting them to end the relationship before it involves obligations
Except here the Wikipedia has it all backwards! It’s the knitter that analyses the relationship. Sitting there with nothing much to do but think about how much you do… or don’t… love that man.
When I was first dating my boyfriend, around the time I was learning to crochet, I made him a scarf. It was a tremendously long scarf, and sitting there with it, night after night, with row upon row in my lap, I nearly broke up with him. I’m being perfectly serious. It nearly ended us.
I didn’t even let him pose for a photo for my Rav page.
What saved us: crochet is a lot faster than knitting.
Let’s start at the beginning, yes? Homemade face masks may not be effective at blocking The Virus. There’s some evidence they might be worse than nothing. And some evidence that homemade face masks help quite a lot. If you’ve seen a better sources than those, please drop them in the comments. Otherwise… maybe don’t? Why […]
There a joke going around: knitters shouldn’t be afraid of quarantine. We’ve been training for this. My big goal for this year was better work life balance. In 2019 it was far off I can’t even tell you. Out of the house at least 11 hours a day, then all I could do was cook […]
Gansey, guernsey, jersey. What on earth am I talking about? A sweater, of course. You know the sort I’m talking about. A deliciously cabled, blue sweater, perfect for cold days. You might call it an aran sweater, or a jumper. You almost certainly do not call it a ‘knit frock’ like old books do. Whatever […]
I’m so excited to share a new free knitting pattern – multimodal split bike mitts. This split mittens pattern is designed with biking in mind. I’ll tell you all about it, but first: Download the free split mittens pattern or view on Ravelry. I got a new bike for my birthday, aren’t I the luckiest […]
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