Granma’s good intentions


I finished the two socks! And in good time to be someones Christmas present.

My partner, who’s seen me huff, puff and sigh over these, as well as starting them over , over and over again, said “They’re really nice, but I don’t really see the point”.   (Understood, the point of putting this much effort into something you can buy quite cheaply at the supermarket).

I had no answer. But making them has made me think of all the love innumeral grandmothers have poured into items of this kind. Only to be greeted with a slight sigh, oh thanks Gramma



2 responses to this post.

  1. Oh my Goddess!! Fy fasen vad jag är imponerad!! Ja, inte bara för att du har förstått hur man stickar sockor, men också för att du har lyckats göra två!!!! 🙂


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