"Is she a new knitter?" I asked. When I first learned to spin and knit, I would bring my finished items to the attention of the more experienced handspinners I knew. It was a way to say, I heard what you said to do, I applied it as best I could, and it's very exciting.
When I show and tell now, I'm more saying, this is possible, this is a result I'm after for these reasons, this is a benefit I'm trying to get through yarn, you can do this too. Here is a display I did at a local farmers' market recently:
|display for handspinning, knitting, weaving|
|homegrown un-dyed cotton handspun and handwoven into cloth|