Stitching Errors

in crochet
a dropped stitch
is no tragedy
it leaves a small hole
that is easily corrected
or, left alone,
you can simply 
add a stitch later and 
move on with your life. 

not so with knitting 
dropped stitches
in knitting will run and 
they are hard to catch 
and, left alone,
they eat away at all the 
rows around them and 
only get worse
as you knit on. 

all this is a long way 
to say that
I still miss you 
this time of year 
more than ever. 


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