Learning to Knit
This follows yesterdays blog and is on a similar theme.
It's much shorter and and the message is more succinct.
Video Credit : Max Alexander
"The truth is always positive..... however unpalatable it seems!"
A sad tale...a murderous knitting nerd. There was once a bishop who had a passion for knitting. I first heard of him when I worked at the costume museum in Leicester, which is no more. 'The Right Rev Richard Rutt, the knitting nut' I was told by the curator, the knitting bish had knitted some of the hassock covers for the cathedral. And knitted his own mitre. Now, that is an artefact I would have liked to have seen...not so much on display in the museum, as on his head. But how did he stop it flopping during services ? Cardboard insets, perhaps. According to the article under the link, the mitre came to Leicester Museums later, but that was after my time there. The bish retired to S'hampton and later died in Cornwall.