Knitting on Faith

When I left the congregation where I served three years ago, my knitting yearnings were well-known, and I got a gift certificate in the hundreds to my then favorite LYS, which lasted ’til about 9 months ago.

This month I’m finishing another interim pastorate, and because they are very much in debt for all kinds of reasons, many of which are not under their control, I expected a potluck party and good wishes for the future.

Imagine my huge surprise then, when I got the following at my farewell party yesterday:

— a pair of lighted knitting needles, with batteries
— two books on knitting (Stephanie Pearl-McPhee’s At Knits End, and Zen and the Art of Knitting
— a gift certificate to my NEW favorite LYS in an amount almost equal to that of the last larger and more financially stable congregation of three years ago.

Are these great folks or what!

OTN: a scarf for the Red Scarf Project

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2 thoughts on “Knitting on Faith

  1. That’s very wonderful. And they not only gave you a gift, they gave you one you could use to pass on more gifts to more people as you knit. Very cool.

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