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Sunday, April 03, 2011


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Your knit time sounds pretty much like MY knit time. I agree with you on church, at least during the Sunday service, weddings or funerals --- seems just a little disrespectful to me, but to each his own I guess. I do knit during church meetings with the staff/parish meetings.


LOL - the only time I knit in bed is when I have to go into our room to watch the TV program I want to watch....not sure if that counts as IN the bed or ON the bed!!!!


I have knit as a driver while stuck in traffic. The stop-and-start kind, not the inch along at a mile an hour kind. But I would never knit as a driver while the car is actually moving!


Knitting and driving, yikes. I hope they were sitting in traffic and not moving at least! I love my knitting time with my coffee in the morning!

Lori Kangas-Olson

With 3 active kids...academics, music and sports I have A LOT of wait time. Swimming and track really can't keep you engaged as even, say, a baseball game (which is an awesome knitting time, btw)…so I always have some sort of project to work on during their events. Knittin n the car---while it's parked is one if my favorite times. An audio book, knitting and a little peace in the parking lot while waiting for music lessons to finish up us bliss! I'm rather embarrassed to say I have too many wips right now. I just cleaned out my trunk and in 3 bags of knitting. I had an average of 3 projects each! Nordic mittens from left overs, a sock and a baby nordic sweater sleeve were the surprises. I had forgoten them over this long winter.


A woman after my own heart - and I'm glad you clarified about doctor's appointments. :)

Stopping by from Knitting and Crochet Blog Week. Our link is http://blog.mymummyknits.com/my-knitting-time/


I should be shocked that there are people who knit while driving but I suppose since I've seen everything from applying make up to changing clothes to a guy playing a flute (yes on 93 driving into Boston) I shouldn't be surprised.

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