I came across an article online about knitting titled, 21 things you only know if you knit by George Lindsay-Watson, from the Metro website. I love reading these types of article because I can relate to so many of the knitting things mentioned! In the article, George Lindsay-Watson writes the following:
Knitting is fun. It’s challenging and useful and draws you into a community full of interesting and talented people.
It also sometimes makes you want to throw your beautiful, hand-dyed, merino yarn into a corner and stab yourself in the eye with your needle.
I’ve been knitting for 12 years and, with more than a few dropped stitches along the way, I’ve learned some things.
Cats and small children must be kept away from the knitting basket.
It turns out it’s perfectly reasonable to take a couple of sharp, pointed metal things on a plane.
Although a difficult project can be a love-hate relationship, once you’re hooked there’s no turning back.
Click on the above link to read the entire article written by George Lindsay-Watson and discover the 21 things knitters know.
Until my next post, happy knitting!!