Knit•clean•ing (\nit\ kln)
- The thorough cleaning of a room, closet or any other compartment containing knitting yarn or patterns.
- The act of improving our surroundings by separating out, removing or eliminating excess yarn.
- The act of re-forming by improving, removing or eliminating thoughts.
This summer season is about change and preparing for the fall season. Let’s explore this idea twofold.
- Look at the physical –
- Cleaning out knitting stash by placing the yarn and pattern neatly in a bag and back on the shelf.
- Arranging the yarn for a project that you intend to finish soon, something you might want to wear this fall.
- Giving yarn away that does not serve you, letting it go!
- Now take the time to examine your thoughts –
- Just as you have looked at every skein of yarn, observe your thoughts and beliefs. If a thought or belief does not serve you, let it go! There is no written law that says that because you once believed something you have to continue to believe it forever.