Wednesday, July 25, 2007

A Sea of Knitters

That is camp. You can participate as much or as little as you want. You can knit on a project you brought with you. You can buy yarn and start a new one. You can do one of several projects that are in the folder Meg gives you. No matter what you decide to do, you learn something.

And of course, you get to see what everybody else is working on from across the states. It is just amazing the amount of talent that is in one room for one weekend. The ages are varied, the walks of life are different, but yet we all have one common desire that brings us all together.

It is just indescribable, what Camp is all about. You have to experience it. And once you do, you want to do it again. You want the year to go by fast, even though it means one year of your life goes by too. It gives you something to work towards. All three of us from the Radicals came home with a thought of what we want to work on towards next year. Where we want to take our knitting. Who we want to be when we grow up as Linda puts it.

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