moannoa: Swimsuit, Sonia Delaunay, 1928.
A Trip Through My Sweater Drawer
I wager like most girls I love clothes — besides in my case it-s ladies-s sweaters. I do not know why I like ladies-s sweaters so much — possibly it-s due to the fact they can be so very practical, but very fashionable and fashionable, at the same time. All I realize is that I have been sporting sweaters for an extended time (because my very earliest days, in truth) and I don-t suppose I-ll ever stop.
One of the matters that I assume I-d be involved in ladies-s sweaters become the fact that I found out to knit whilst I was a teenager — I used to sit down for hours and hours with my grandmother and we-d knit all kinds of matters — and eventually, whilst I became a chunk older, I attempted my hand at knitting a sweater. And when I observed that you can locate all sorts of loose knitting patterns for women-s sweaters on the Internet — I almost went ape! Now I even have knitted approximately a 1/2 dozen sweaters — every kind and sizes for myself and other own family members.
One of my most valued sweaters is an antique woolen woman-s ski sweater that has an old school snowflake applique layout across the front — it doesn-t match me so properly anymore, because it was given to me as a present through that very identical grandmother while I became just a teenager. But it-s far too precious to me, for the recollections that it holds, to ever remove it.