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2020 Knitting

 Not a lot - that's how much knitting I accomplished this year.   In so many ways the COVID pandemic affected our lives, and my knitting. I knit new Christmas stockings for Tim, my daughter's new husband, and Carley, who had planned to marry my son in December. We thought everyone would be in the Northwest for the wedding at Christmas. But travel became unwise and the wedding venue couldn't accomodate the event, so instead I sent the stockings off to Connecticut and Alabama.  I started the Yokester sweater (the blue one) in February and didn't finish till August. A LOT happened in those months. I actually knit on this sweater in South Africa while wearing the Stonecrop Cardigan (actually I mostly wore the cardigan on the plane). I took a break when almost finished, to knit the Breathe and Hope shawl. And then finished the sweater after my daughter's August wedding.  I started Breathe and Hope as an act of solidarity.  Solidarity with Andrea, my daughter's mo

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