Your Creative Knitting magazine is one of the best that I've received over the years. I told my friend, "I find myself reading all the articles in it" and she agreed with me. Thank you so much.
By the way, now I am an older knitter. I used to be a 20 year old knitter. When I first tried to knit, I couldn't get the hang of how to hold my thread and the two needles. My husband, who is a millwright (mechanic) by trade, showed me how to hold the needles and thread and learn the stitches. He doesn't knit, but he was a great teacher. Since then I have been knitting for our family through football games, dr. appts., piano lessons, lectures. You name it, I have had busy hands while attending. I think it is such a portable skill. Where else could you cheer your little one on and not miss a stitch? Thanks again for a great magazine.
I enjoyed your September Editor's Letter about the typical knitter. It's interesting that celebrities (male and female) knit. If you haven't seen it before, you should watch Mr. Lucky, a 1943 Cary Grant movie in which he portrays a shifty gambler who joins a war relief organization under false pretenses. The part where Grant learns to knit is pretty funny.
Great ideas in the September issue. I look forward to the next one.