Knitting Super Power

I have reached knitter’s Nirvana, dear readers.

I hoped this day would come, and it could be that I’ve been here for a while but have only just realized it.

My eyes are opened now, and there is no looking back!

What is this glorious place? I will tell you.

I don’t need to look at my hands while I knit.

Don’t laugh! Don’t scoff! This is a BIG DEAL!

Don’t you understand what this means??

THIS MEANS I CAN READ WHILE I KNIT!

This is a Good Thing for many reasons.

Firstly, it means that I don’t have to set aside separate times for reading and knitting! I can do both at once!

Secondly, it means I can advance on the Bug’s sweater WHILE AT THE SAME TIME working to finish my library book that is due tomorrow.

Finally, it means that I can occupy two happy places at once.

Who could ask for anything more?

Jane

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2 thoughts to “Knitting Super Power”

  1. See, I also generally don’t need to look at my hands while I knit, but that’s not what prevents me from knitting and reading at the same time. I don’t have enough hands to hold both the needles and the book! And if it’s not a big hardcover, the book usually won’t lay flat on the table. The best way I’ve found to read and knit at the same time is to listen to an audiobook, lol!

    1. Oh yes, this usually involves some kind of elaborate set up to prop the book open in front of me! It needs to be angled up and held open… Not easy with every book!

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