I have a special connection and love for knitting. I remember my grandmother sitting in the backyard, knitting socks for my father, using no less than five needles and yarns in the most extraordinary colors. I learnt the art of knitting from a relatively early age, and then, in college, used to make living with knitting the most extraordinary, stylish sweaters, mostly in black/white/silver/grays. There were all sold out before completed. These pieces were so sensational that I was featured in fashion magazines during my college years numerous times. Here is me wearing my own creations in one of the features. So when I saw the knitted sculptures of artist Orly Genger, crafted of swaths of hand-knotted rope, I fell in love. Her new installation, “Red, Yellow and Blue,” will be on view starting this weekend at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Massachusetts. These images are from a similar installation she did in Madison Square Park in the summer.