Since I started knitting, I haven’t really stopped.
Despite weeks and weeks of clicking needles, I have little to show for my efforts. As one dear friend who use to be a professional knitter but is now an art quilter put it, “You can knit all day and only have an inch to show for it. I can go into my sewing room and BAM make a shirt in an afternoon.”
Still, I am in love with the fact that you can knit any and every where. Another friend told me her friend knits while HIKING. I doubt I will ever have that level of dexterity in my fingers or legs, but it does prove the point. I asked the lady in front of me at the post office to take this picture. It is hard to do a selfie while knitting.
Part of my problem is that I keep adding new projects to my queue. Let’s just say that my approach to knitting is very similar to my approach to quilting. I know starting one project and then finishing it is an incredibly logical and industrious method of working, but it is also kind of boring.
You can read more about it on my Raverly page. How do you get your eyes to look straight ahead in a selfie? It must take some practice.