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February 09, 2005

Like Mother Like Daughter

Last week, Mary Beth wrote about her young daughter knitting scarves with 2 strands Paton's Divine. I showed the picture to Kaity. On Friday, she asked her dad to take us to the craft store in West Virginia, so she could get some too. She chose a medium blue/white and a mix of pink/peach/orange declaring, "It's very tropical". She's moving right along on size 17 needles.

I'm so happy my daughter is beginning to enjoy fiber arts! I envision us knitting together for her children.

Posted by Angi at February 9, 2005 06:05 PM


I think Kaity is doing extremely well! My daughter learned to knit when she was 7 but stick to, I really hope Kaity goes on to do lots of fibery things with her Mom.

Posted by: rose at February 9, 2005 06:57 PM

Kaity, that's gorgeous. You will have the prettiest scarf in Ohio. You're right. It does look very tropical.

Posted by: Marian at February 9, 2005 07:49 PM

Beautiful job, Kaity! My youngest son used to knit too.

You're going to enjoy that scarf.

Posted by: Charleen at February 9, 2005 08:01 PM

Cool knitting! Pretty soon you can teach my daughter to knit! (She thinks it's too hard)

Posted by: Carolyn at February 9, 2005 08:19 PM

How thrilling to see the love of handwork being passed from mother to daughter.
I can almost visualize your two hearts being knitted together with a sense of wonder and shared joy.
Kaity, keep trying to learn everything that your Mother can teach you.
Someday you'll realize the special place your Mother will have in your heart as you treasure the memories - and your completed projects - the two of you have created.

Posted by: Karen at February 11, 2005 02:01 PM