World Wide Sit in Public Day
Glad to report that I am back in the knitting saddle again, having figured out the right combination of ice packs, anti inflammatory drugs and stretching exercises. I took it easy, though, yesterday, doing more sitting than knitting, admiring everyone's work and enjoying river breezes.
Devon was working on the Brooklyn Bridge scarf from Son of Stitch and Bitch, and it was an awesome piece of double knitting. There's Jean and Clementine on the right joining us after their late night celebration of Clementine's graduation.
My favorite project of the day was this thrifty scrap yarn Log Cabin blanket, coming out in public for the first time.
This year, no one asked us what we were doing or in fact even gave us a second look, so maybe WWKIP Day has succeeded in freeing any man, woman and child in Hoboken to knit in public.
Thanks again to the team photographer and Patricia for making this a fun day!