Several months ago, I purchased one skein of recycled sari silk yarn to make a scarf, wound a ball, and then neglected it. Somehow, I'd fallen away from knitting -limited as it had been- but would now like to get back into the rhythm of clicking needles.
I'm feeling the urge to fiddle with my fingers and make something beautiful.
I haven't used this kind of yarn before. If I understand correctly, it is made from remnants and scraps of the silk used for colourful, shimmering Indian saris.
Rummaging through my knitting needles, I'll see if I can find suitable ones for the project. Then, some simple stitches will yield, I hope, a pretty product.
One skein of silk, one skein of salvaged-loveliness, one skein of possibility.
I would do well to emulate "one skein of silk".
I'd love to hear your thoughts,