Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Knit and purl

Do you do that? When knitting (or crocheting) something and you see that you are nearing the end of the ball of yarn and yet you have still a bit to go and then you start knitting faster? Because that way the yarn might last longer? You don't? 

Just me then...


  1. I'm not sure about knitting faster but Mum often say "I just finishing my row" when she gets towards the end of a ball of wool as an excuse to finish it up before bedtime
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  2. Hari OM
    Oh yes, I know what you mean... it has happened to me on occasion - but I also get a peculiar notion that it will go further than it does, that last wee length... YAM xx

    1. I know! And then it doesn't. And you have to find another ball of the same colour.

  3. We are funny people with our little quirks.

  4. LOL no I often fear I will run out before I'm through.
    Those are some LONNNNG needles
    Hugs madi your bff

  5. Sorry Mara, I think you're on your own with that one.

  6. I do not knit but have been known to sew faster or drive faster to get to the gas station.....

  7. Well I'm not a knitter so the answer is no for me!


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