RED Hearts are guest posts on I Heart Daily from the authors of RED: Teenage girls in America write on what fires up their lives today. Today’s RED Hearts post is from RED author Erika Kwee, 23, in Houston, TX, who writes about a her cutest adventure in knitting yet:
I adore the detail in the mane of this lion and the bamboo with this irresistible panda (pictured). Even my sister -- the ultimate tomboy who normally shuns cutesy things -- could never turn down this Timon lookalike! (If only there was a Pumba to go with him.) And this proud little pug would make an excellent gift for my coworker who loves the pushed-in-nose pups.
For an even larger universe populated by incredible knits, check out Muir & Osborne’s Museum of Wool, where the masterpieces that can be made with yarn are endless: lobster sweaters to pastas to yes, reindeer hats for greyhounds. No spoilers here, but there are also some surprising celebrity knitters.
Go check it out, see how rhymes-with-Crussell Rowe works out his action-hero anger issues. I’ll just be here, patiently twiddling my knitting needles until my armadillo kit arrives.
RED Hearts guest poster Erika Kwee is an author of RED: Teenage girls in America write on what fires up their lives today, which is out in paperback.