As the door closes on 2020, few of us want to open it for one last peek, but if history teaches us one thing, it’s that history teaches us. May we be better prepared, may we care more, listen better, act faster, and may we always find solace in the things that calm our minds and open our hearts. Knitting will never save the world, but it may help save our own spirits in order for us to raise the spirits of others. With the door still ajar, we are taking one last look back at all the knits that kept us together this year. Hope endures, and for that, we give some of our thanks to these projects that centered our thoughts and gave courage to our resolve. May history show that 2020 was the year we all learned that every stitch counts!

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These projects are…

Top Row: Sole Salvo’s Lucky Dog Sweater, Ainur Berkimbayeva’s Herringbone Mittens, and Brandi Cheyenne Harpers’ Gentle Cardigan

Second Row: Ainur Berkimbayeva’s Thistle Yoke Pullover, Wild Grass Cowl, and Knit Linen Market Bag

Third Row: Mitered Corner Blanket In New Colors, Simple Pleasures Hat, and Julie Hoover’s Gibson

Fourth Row: Cumulus Wrap, Colorful Half and Half Washcloths, and Estuary Wrap

Bottom Row: Botanical Lace Wrap, Library Blanket, and Norah Gaughan’s Wherefore Art Thou Pullover

Happy 2021, from everyone at Purl Soho!