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Originally Posted by msmelody
When you ask someone you have never meet to go feel yarn, so you can have some idea of what it feels like.
Getting mad because eating, sleeping, and other things use the time you could be knitting.
Looking on the internet at 2am looking for a pattern that you just have to make. (this one looks and acts like me)
When your child's first word is knit. (DH not very happy about it either).
omg, that one had my ROTFL
you know when you're a knitter when you hasve yarn in your closet and in huge storage containers under your bed, and in your sister's dresser drawers, and you still have to buy 5 storage drawers to fit the rest (and you wish you had a few more)
17-year-old knitter with two pointy sticks and plenty of attitude
Bust some Stash! madametj on Ravelry (quick, go add me as your friend and I'll add you! )
You know you're a knitter when... You're distractedly trying to "parent" and your son says:
"Huh? You want me to go and knit my room for a time out?"
the children at the school in which you work are coming down with the chicken pox and various illnesses and you find yourself thinking... well if I got a little sick... I could likely have some knitting time!
When you go to an auctions with your knitting and don't actually bid until half way through since you are in the middle of the repeat. Actually it really did take that long to get to what I wanted last night. The older men really commented on how I could knit and keep track of what was happening.
Recent FO:Damask just needs a handle and some waxed cording.
3 pair of clogs
OTN: Wonderful Wallaby for dd(on hold)
Pigeldy done but needs to be seamed and felted
Thorne market bag
Clogs (to replace shawls)
In line to be cast on:Clogs (2 more pair)
scarf for ds
cat scarf for ds#2
2 booga bags
... when your "my favourites" section of the web browser on your laptop has a few folders for unimportant things like banking, but many folders for knitting patterns, knitting websites, knitting support/help/information and knitting blogs.
I love to give homemade gifts... which one of my kids do you want?
Find our "Canadian Oddball Blanket KAL" on Ravelry as: OddballBlankets