Yesterday was World Wide Knit in Public Day! Not only did I not knit in public yesterday, but I did not knit at all. Shame on me! So today I made up for it, just a bit, by knitting at Clivedon, a remarkable National Trust property, and former home of Lady Astor.
Clivedon is famous for, among other things, its fabulous parterre, a type of formal garden which you can see in the background here. I am knitting a cashmere wrap, which I have thrown over one shoulder while knitting, thus allowing me to both wear and knit it at the same time. Way back in 2011, I posed in this exact spot for my very first Wearability Wednesday post on this blog:
And below, another photo from the same 2011 post; taken from the same spot but facing the other direction with the manor in the background:
It was a lovely place to walk this weekend with our friends, Geoff and Joanna, who are visiting from Vancouver. I hope that you enjoyed some time knitting this weekend, in public or otherwise.