I don't normally knit during a car journey. But when we were caught up in a traffic jam in Johannesburg, I was glad I had my knitting bag with me. While Jack drove forward a few metres at a time, I made progress on the sleeve. So I've worked on the pullover in a remote wilderness area
and a teeming city. No prizes for guessing which environment I'd rather knit in!
I suppose, though, that the inside of a car would be less dusty than the remote wilderness!ReplyDelete
Hmm, I wonder! I'm surprised you aren't doing both sleeves at once!ReplyDelete
I'm not a great fan of knitting two sleeves at once.Delete
A sleeve already?? You sure seem to knit fast!!! :)ReplyDelete
You've been staying busy with lots of different craft mediums lately. I don't know how you manage to do it all, but it's fascinating to follow all of your projects.ReplyDelete
I knit in the car, especially on a long journey,ReplyDelete
Knitting at home us much easier in a comfy chair
I'd love to knit on journeys but it makes me car sick. I especially admire those who can tat in the car!Delete
Excellent use of down time while stuck in traffic. I am another who can't be productive during car trips...motion sickness! Gorgeous knitting.ReplyDelete
Knitting in the car sounds like a winner to me! I've done it, but I have to be careful so that I don't get car sick. For some reason, tatting is easier!ReplyDelete
Choosing between one wilderness and another - not easy ;-P Love how you made progress - surely much faster than the car !ReplyDelete
The wilderness is best. Much more relaxing, no car sickness, and great adventure. All this can add up to more even stitch tension.ReplyDelete
Traffic looks the same everywhere! At least you had something to do to alleviate the stress/boredom!ReplyDelete
Not exactly 'mindless knitting' though! I also don't like to do two sleeves at a time!