I need a little mind break, so the second sock is on hold.
*Does your knitting reflect your address?
In other words, if you live in a wonderfully warm climate do you knit warm wooly hats and scarves?
* Do you love your home?
Do you plan to move in the next ten years?
*If you don't have the luxury of a nearby yarn studio,
what are your go to's for mail order yarn companies?
*Is there a knitted or crocheted blanket being used in any room of your home today?
*Are your windows open today?
*Have wool pests ever invaded your knitting in your home?
*Can you view the sunset from your home?
My location does influence my knitting because as the seasons change I knit differently. And we have all 4 seasons.
And winter is the longest.
And I'm ready to be done with this one!
I choose lighter colored yarns in spring and summer for sure.
There are things I love about this home, primarily the screened porch, but it is old and we cannot live here forever. Fireman is great at repair and remodel but after 33 years we would like less maintenance.
I have the luxury of nearby yarn shops!
Still, I enjoy Simplysock yarns site and getting mail.
There is a blanket in the family room that gets all kind of use.
It may be at the end of its life.
My mother crocheted the blanket on my bed and I use it every night. As she fades, it is a warm reminder of her old self.
Windows are closed here today. I cannot wait for a day this week when I can open them up!
I had one episode of moths chewing some wool.
It freaked me out.
I know keep most yarn in a big plastic bin with a tight lid.
I hate the smell of moth balls. I won't use them.
And well, Fezzik would chew all the wool in this house if I left any of it out, but he's no pest!
I have a terrible view from this house.
I would love a view of the sunset .
We are crammed next to neighbors and live on a busy street.
I would love a view of the sky and the landscape in my next home.