Where are youuuu
they look warm
Your answer is sensible in that it carries the familiar ring of common sense. Knitting isn't something I do at all, but its traditions certainly constitute a venerable history of ingenuity, practice, and art. Knitting is also a great means for channeling one's transient thoughts and energies into constructive works of enduring utility.
Now since you already showcase your stuff with knowing confidence, praising your demonstrated skills could easily be left at insipid flattery. Yet the ongoing evidence of your deft utility and handiness is most admirable for substantiating that "This is who I am and what I do." It embodies a spirit of positive industry and it signals you as "Abbie the artifex", literal manufacturer of real goods. And all of that is outstanding.
So then, to follow through on your last: Can you say with full confidence that a future age's archaeologists won't catalogue adult sweaters or even adult suits among your discovered knitted artifacts?
Usually on my side or stomach.
Abbie, Jadae is LSE. I don't know why you say he isn't or why you don't see that.
I was under the impression of being Homo sapiens, but okay.
Sauron, The Great Enemy