Stephanie Mangino over at So Crafty brought this article to my attention. “Learn to Knit and Improve Your Health!,” from CDAPress.com, is an interesting article. As a knitter, I believe, yes, knitting is good for your health, but I am biased. At least I know it’s good for mine.
I encourage you to read the article. What positive things has knitting and/or crocheting brought into your life? What have you learned? Is it therapeutic? I’m interested in hearing your thoughts about this article.
I have been sick, but am better now. I was laid up with a cold/flu for a few days. During that time, though, I did get a lot of knitting done during that time. The lacey scarf below got a few more inches. A video game-themed hat I’m knitting for my DH also got some length on it, too. Sam is a HUGE Legend of Zelda fan, so he asked me to knit him a hat styled after Link’s. I am, and even found a pretty close color for it in my stash.
Despite that, I really was feeling crummy. Healthy knitting is much better than sick knitting.