At least with hemp there might be some sort of buzz!
Yep, I'd be reminded and don't need that. And although it's a cute, novel idea, I don't like the idea of knitting as a crutch. Knitting, to me, is a relaxing and enjoyable avenue that I very much reserve for my personal pleasure.
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Nope, this sure would not work for me! I knit for a couple of hours and then go and have a smoke. I can't see sitting knitting a cigarette pack or a cigarette because that would remind me of what I was trying to forget while I was knitting. Thanks, but no thanks!
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Cute idea but it wouldn't do for me. I quit in May and it is bad enough that my dh still does smoke.
I get a lot of looks when I say I don't smoke anymore. It is his smoke on me oh well still it is a cute idea just not for me.
I agree, bad idea here. I quit smoking in August, and took up knitting in November because I needed something to do with my hands, but the last thing anyone needs when they are trying to quit is a reminder that they are "being deprived." Now I think the idea in general is good, but the pattern they chose is the problem.
Yeah, I wouldn't call that the best idea for people trying to quit...I would be that person so desperate I'd try to light one up! HA! I think the best thing is just to try to avoid the thought altogether, not keep reminding yourself!
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