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Ditzy Girl
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USA
4723 Posts

Posted - 01/07/2003 :  5:31:58 PM  Show Profile Send Ditzy Girl a Private Message
Chris, I guess I was thinking more in the area of a nice frosted plasted container with a locked top which is what I keep my current projects in. The dogs could not get into unless they chew up plastic containers too. Thanks for the explanation it gave me a good chuckle visualising your house after the dogs finished with the yarn.

Zola
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Ditzy Girl
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USA
4723 Posts

Posted - 01/07/2003 :  5:31:58 PM  Show Profile Send Ditzy Girl a Private Message
Chris, I guess I was thinking more in the area of a nice frosted plasted container with a locked top which is what I keep my current projects in. The dogs could not get into unless they chew up plastic containers too. Thanks for the explanation it gave me a good chuckle visualising your house after the dogs finished with the yarn.

Zola
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Pookie
Chatty Knitter

255 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2003 :  10:25:54 AM  Show Profile Send Pookie a Private Message
The story about the greyhounds ands the yarn reminds me of the time my sister's cat got into her tatting thread. I'll leave the rest to your imagination...

Pookie in Seattle

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Pookie
Chatty Knitter

255 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2003 :  10:25:54 AM  Show Profile Send Pookie a Private Message
The story about the greyhounds ands the yarn reminds me of the time my sister's cat got into her tatting thread. I'll leave the rest to your imagination...

Pookie in Seattle

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PurlyGirlie
Chatty Knitter

USA
214 Posts

Posted - 03/25/2003 :  11:14:01 AM  Show Profile Send PurlyGirlie a Private Message
I'm a student, so I like to knit right after I've come home from class and had dinner, and before I start my work for the night. It's key to spend some time watching TV and knitting to segue and calm down before pounds of reading... I also like to knit a bit before sleeping. It's so meditative - it's my "counting sheep" method...counting stitches!

Sarah

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PurlyGirlie
Chatty Knitter

USA
214 Posts

Posted - 03/25/2003 :  11:14:01 AM  Show Profile Send PurlyGirlie a Private Message
I'm a student, so I like to knit right after I've come home from class and had dinner, and before I start my work for the night. It's key to spend some time watching TV and knitting to segue and calm down before pounds of reading... I also like to knit a bit before sleeping. It's so meditative - it's my "counting sheep" method...counting stitches!

Sarah

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PurlyGirlie
Chatty Knitter

USA
214 Posts

Posted - 03/25/2003 :  11:14:01 AM  Show Profile Send PurlyGirlie a Private Message
I'm a student, so I like to knit right after I've come home from class and had dinner, and before I start my work for the night. It's key to spend some time watching TV and knitting to segue and calm down before pounds of reading... I also like to knit a bit before sleeping. It's so meditative - it's my "counting sheep" method...counting stitches!

Sarah

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Marg in Mirror
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Canada
3205 Posts

Posted - 03/25/2003 :  8:03:54 PM  Show Profile  Visit Marg in Mirror's Homepage  Send Marg in Mirror a Yahoo! Message Send Marg in Mirror a Private Message
As my signature says, I knit 'on the bus', but also on the commuter train (LRT) and in the car (if I'm not driving) or at lunch...before I get out of bed in the a.m. (after my devotions, to promote quiet thought) and before I go to sleep at night...

-- Marg in Calgary

TLWKOTB
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Marg in Mirror
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Canada
3205 Posts

Posted - 03/25/2003 :  8:03:54 PM  Show Profile  Visit Marg in Mirror's Homepage  Send Marg in Mirror a Yahoo! Message Send Marg in Mirror a Private Message
As my signature says, I knit 'on the bus', but also on the commuter train (LRT) and in the car (if I'm not driving) or at lunch...before I get out of bed in the a.m. (after my devotions, to promote quiet thought) and before I go to sleep at night...

-- Marg in Calgary

TLWKOTB
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GFTC
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USA
6331 Posts

Posted - 06/22/2003 :  6:11:19 PM  Show Profile  Visit GFTC's Homepage Send GFTC a Private Message
I knit in the morning and I frog at night. I just don't know how these projects get finished.......LOL
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GFTC
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6331 Posts

Posted - 06/22/2003 :  6:11:19 PM  Show Profile  Visit GFTC's Homepage Send GFTC a Private Message
I knit in the morning and I frog at night. I just don't know how these projects get finished.......LOL
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GFTC
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6331 Posts

Posted - 06/22/2003 :  6:11:19 PM  Show Profile  Visit GFTC's Homepage Send GFTC a Private Message
I knit in the morning and I frog at night. I just don't know how these projects get finished.......LOL
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kristajo
Gabber Extraordinaire

Canada
436 Posts

Posted - 06/23/2003 :  08:25:20 AM  Show Profile Send kristajo a Private Message
I like to knit anytime, but I think my favourite is sitting outside in the afternoon sun.* Everything looks and feels so much better!

Krista Jo
http://knitwit.blogspot.com

*Preferably somewhere near the ocean. Atlantic, of course. But I'm stuck in Toronto for much of the year and Lake Ontario is a poor substitute.*

*Well, the Toronto islands are pretty cool.

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kristajo
Gabber Extraordinaire

Canada
436 Posts

Posted - 06/23/2003 :  08:25:20 AM  Show Profile Send kristajo a Private Message
I like to knit anytime, but I think my favourite is sitting outside in the afternoon sun.* Everything looks and feels so much better!

Krista Jo
http://knitwit.blogspot.com

*Preferably somewhere near the ocean. Atlantic, of course. But I'm stuck in Toronto for much of the year and Lake Ontario is a poor substitute.*

*Well, the Toronto islands are pretty cool.

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kristajo
Gabber Extraordinaire

Canada
436 Posts

Posted - 06/23/2003 :  08:25:20 AM  Show Profile Send kristajo a Private Message
I like to knit anytime, but I think my favourite is sitting outside in the afternoon sun.* Everything looks and feels so much better!

Krista Jo
http://knitwit.blogspot.com

*Preferably somewhere near the ocean. Atlantic, of course. But I'm stuck in Toronto for much of the year and Lake Ontario is a poor substitute.*

*Well, the Toronto islands are pretty cool.

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mtchen
Gabber Extraordinaire

USA
564 Posts

Posted - 06/23/2003 :  10:08:12 AM  Show Profile Send mtchen a Private Message
Weekend mornings and afternoons are always good for knitting. During the week, however, I knit from after dinner to before bed.

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mtchen
Gabber Extraordinaire

USA
564 Posts

Posted - 06/23/2003 :  10:08:12 AM  Show Profile Send mtchen a Private Message
Weekend mornings and afternoons are always good for knitting. During the week, however, I knit from after dinner to before bed.

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mtchen
Gabber Extraordinaire

USA
564 Posts

Posted - 06/23/2003 :  10:08:12 AM  Show Profile Send mtchen a Private Message
Weekend mornings and afternoons are always good for knitting. During the week, however, I knit from after dinner to before bed.

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Licensed2Cook
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USA
3554 Posts

Posted - 06/23/2003 :  2:06:38 PM  Show Profile  Send Licensed2Cook a Yahoo! Message Send Licensed2Cook a Private Message
I'd knit all day if I could get away with it. Don't you just hate it when life gets in the way of knitting?

If I have to pick a favorite time it would be early afternoon, just after lunch. I really prefer to knit in natural light so this is a great time for me. I do have an Ott-Lite but I still like to have the curtains open and a cool breeze flowing through the room and most of my chores done, lets face it they'll never all be done.

Dee
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Licensed2Cook
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USA
3554 Posts

Posted - 06/23/2003 :  2:06:38 PM  Show Profile  Send Licensed2Cook a Yahoo! Message Send Licensed2Cook a Private Message
I'd knit all day if I could get away with it. Don't you just hate it when life gets in the way of knitting?

If I have to pick a favorite time it would be early afternoon, just after lunch. I really prefer to knit in natural light so this is a great time for me. I do have an Ott-Lite but I still like to have the curtains open and a cool breeze flowing through the room and most of my chores done, lets face it they'll never all be done.

Dee
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