scarves and shawls.
I was going to use Selly Oak for my “S” as this is the area of Birmingham (England) that my parents live and I grew up. Unfortunately, I could not find any decent photographs of my home from home, so I will have to rectify that when I visit at Christmas.
I also considered S is for singing as I love to sing but that would be a repeat of my “M is for…music” post.
So I had to substitute my S to one of my favorite forms of knitting. I love making scarves for myself and for other people. With scarves and shawls, you do not have to worry about gauge and you just knit until it is long enough. Additionally, when knitting a scarf you can try out patterns that you would not be brave enough to use on a whole sweater.