Lavenham seems to specialise in crooked houses, where the timber frame has shifted over the centuries, to a sometimes alarming extent.
Imagine living in this house where the angle of the wall is far from 90 degrees. What kind of furniture would you need?
Pargetting, or decorative plasterwork is also much in evidence. the whole place is quaint beyond words.
And everywhere the historic presence of wool - this is the Wool House.
My current knitting, likely to be the death of me. This is a small rug, using Aran yarn knit doubled and a broken rib pattern. It is certainly rug-like in texture, but quite heavy going to knit. I'm over half-way now, so it's also been quite quick.