You know I have a soft spot for miters. So you will understand why I went all wobbly in the lower lip when I saw this project.
Once in a while a group knitting project really comes together, and is beautiful on the inside AND the outside; there is soul in the gesture and in the object itself. The phrase “greater than the sum of its parts” comes to mind. I hope it has magical, mitered healing powers. It sure looks like it does.
Oh, boo hoo!
(Picture above is a mixed-up miter project from my own mitered past. I believe there is a boy under it.)
P.S. Please send me all your Rowan Felted Tweed leftovers. Don’t pretend you don’t have any. Spill ’em.