It Almost Makes Me Want to Learn to Knit

Looking into a needlecraft shop from the doorway. Two women dressed for winter stand together in front of open shelves packed with colourful balls of wool. One of the women, in jeans and loose black jumper, is looking down at a big book she holds open. Her friend, also in black, has leggings tucked into calf-length boots. Knitted socks are ranged along the shelf-top, each sock displayed on a flat, upturned foot shape. Beyond the shelves is another aisle, and a wall covered in tall wooden racks and shelving units filled with balls and twists of wool and yarn. The floor is polished timber.

A needlecraft shop in York Street, Sydney