Guest Post: Jared Flood
I have stepped away for a few weeks to enjoy my new baby girl. As a gift to you dear knitters I offer you a mini-series of guest posts by some treasured folk from the knitting industry. They share with us what knitting in the summer means for them. Enjoy! "Even after seven summers on the East Coast, my inner Pacific Northwesterner still finds it difficult to adjust to the heat and humidity that haunts us over here during the summer months. My knitting practice took some serious time to adjust to this as well.