This dates way back to my holidays during my 3rd grade. When, I had a very calm and refreshing time after my final exams. But my mom made it more interesting.
She was the ultimate for me. She was good at embroidery, hand stitching, machine stitching, knitting and so many skills. So one day during my holidays, she decided to teach me knitting. She found me loitering around the house , which children during those ages do, obviously because they have nothing else to do, when their school’s closed. So, she started her vacation classes.
First she told me to hold the two needles, which were long. Then she showed me the knitting balls, which were thread rolled. So , each knot was very special to me. One by one, I carried on. And at last I completed a line. That was my achievement for the first day.What she told me was persistence pays off in knitted and that you must be dedicated to your task.
So, daily I would knit about two lines, and that went on to a long shawl piece in one colour, and it was pink. Days flew and I was happy at the completion. And when my school reopened, I was glad to show it at school as my achievement. Those days, I still treasure, and I believe are irreplaceable.
Wishing that I was a child one again.