I am very fortunate to count myself a member of the Knitterbugs, an active group who have become even closer over the course of quarantine. We used to gather three times a week in different locations - a restaurant, a knitting store and when we lost our third location, in each others homes. Now we use a cell phone app called WhatsApp to keep in touch and Zoom to host our three meetings. Attendance is random but we just chat and knit and meet in parks when conditions allow. This was our meet-up last Sunday afternoon, the largest group I've met with but we practice social distancing and move our chairs occasionally, to keep in the shade and also to talk to someone else without shouting. I'm going to miss this more than I ever dreamed. We're going to try to meet outdoors on the days when bundling up is sufficient.
I knitted this little rabbit for Delaney and she has loved him to pieces, literally. I'm going to have to knit another pair of pants as these aren't holding up well. I'm also in the process of making him a companion, because everyone knows there's no such thing as one rabbit.
I've had a tough time with my feet. I'm still doing the exercises I came home with after two months of PT and it's just going to be matter of sticking with it. So far I've been good and they haven't gotten any worse but I'm hoping for signs of improvement. Alas I haven't had much success with weaving footwear. I need a stable sole and generous forefoot without being so wide I depress two treadles at a time. Years ago I remember the weaving instructor Laura Fry saying that she wove in ballet slippers. I've just learned that this is a common practice. I got on Amazon and ordered a pair - so far, so good.