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I stood there and talked about how darn ideal this pattern was, and then despite my every intention to just haul off and knit it, I lost control of myself. It appears now that I am incapable of knitting a pattern all the way through without changing something—even if, and I stress this, even if there is absolutely nothing lacking in the pattern whatsoever. I have modified the finest Aran sweaters in the land (they tend to be a little wide for my frame, and I don’t care for bobbles—no offense intended), and I have altered classic Norwegian colorwork sweaters that have stood the test of time and been knit millions of times by perfectly satisfied knitters who didn’t find them at all wanting.
Continuing the liberation theme, Annie will, if the possibility presents, instantly make a break for it herself. ” Despite the obvious downsides to trying to parent a kid like this (constant vigilance takes its toll), I actually think that having a kid of this type is a wonderful thing. ) I like kids who are hard like this in general, and I like Annie in specific, because I’ve come to believe that a lot of challenging behavior in kids comes about as a result of these particular little ankle biters being too darn smart for their own good, and I have respect for that, just because I knit.
Warmed by their allegiance and maturity, I have armed this family with a private weapon. The best defense possible. Knitwear. After all, I am a knitter. I have been arming this family for years with a multitude of sweaters, afghans, socks, arm warmers, fingerless mitts, scarves, and blankets, and now they are about to pay off. Ian, on the other hand, is armed only with determination, spunk, and a couple of pairs of wool socks I made him, although I do see now that the pair of felted slippers I made him were likely a strategic error, and I deeply regret the afghan, but he is my brother, and it was Christmas.