Do You Find You're Spending WAY Too Much Time on Ravelry? ;o)
I love Ravelry, I might go so far as to say I am addicted. I am also addicted to KH but that's another post . Am I the only one who needs a Ravelry/KH intervention? I think I spend more time on these than knitting itself. I guess it's my "fantasy knitting life" to quote the gals on Stash 'n Burn.
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I'm one of the rare few who are not on Ravelry, but I'm thinking of joining. The reason I hesitate is because I'm not sure if I'll use it. I just don't know much about it, but it's free, so I guess there's nothing to lose, is there.
I spend way too much time here, because I learn so much and like 99.9999% of the people. Even though I'm a 'member' of Ravelry, I only go there to check on yarns and patterns. Much rather socialize here.
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I most certainly spend too much time on KH, but I am still overwhelmed by Ravelry. I have used it to search for patterns for a specific yarn and I have looked at a few of the posts, but I am just overwhelmed by it in general.
I'm the same way. Ravelry overwhelmes me so I only use it to check patterns and yarn, but I am completely addicted to KH. I feel like I am being completely deprived if I miss one of my three times a day I get on here, much less if I miss a whole day. I don't know what I'm going to do while we are on vacation starting Friday. It's hard to find Wi-fi while camping.
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Nope, I don't feel like I'm spending too much time on Ravelry or KH but I am spending WAY too much time cleaning house, washing clothes and working... My husband sat down in my knitting spot last night to watch a movie and I found myself actually fidgeting and withdrawing because I couldn't knit comfortably.
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mwhite - I find that offering food (or a cold beer) is usually enough motivation to move the hubby from the knitting spot. Simply prepare something that is a treat for him and let him taste a little, then much like enticing a puppy into the crate for the first time slowly move it away from him and place it where you want him to sit.
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