Bill and JoAnna's excellent adventure living in and restoring an 1856 Italianate farmhouse in rural Indiana.
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
Knitting as housework
We live in a cold, drafty old house and conventional wisdom says you loose a lot of body heat through your feet. Warm socks, therefore, are a necessity of life in Saw-whet Manor. I'd say they are as important as doing dishes or scraping paint. So spending a whole evening knitting is the same as doing lots of housework. Right??
This is my first pair of socks made from a $2 ball of wool yarn from a big box craft store: