I remember one World Wide Knit in Public Day, I overheard a young woman say to an older woman, “Look, they’re knitting.  How cute.”    I still feel like a little old lady thinking about it.  I wish she had said, “cool,” or “great,” or “neat,”  or even better, “I’d like to learn to knit.”   This Saturday, June 18th, is World Wide Knit in Public Day.  We’ll be knitting outside Love.Yarn.Shop. in Bethlehem, NH–weather permitting (our summer seems to be vacationing elsewhere).  People will pass by on foot or in the car, see us outside knitting, and I hope that at least a few will have a vague yearning, a tickling, that this activity might hold something they’ve been missing, might even heal something, and that one day, they’ll have to follow that thread.