Knitting Forever, Houswork Whenever!

I love fiber-related blurbs like this one!  Here are some more I saw recently.  I added them to my Fiber-Related Messages page.

  • Crocheting:  The obsessive use of hooks and yarn to create an array of fuzzy objects in various states of completion.  See also “yarn lust.”
  • Knitting:  The obsessive use of needles and yarn to create an array of fuzzy objects in various states of completion.  See also “yarn lust.”
  • Veni, vidi, acubus texui.  (I came.  I saw.  I knitted.)

Then I saw this great dialogue.  I am sure many of us have, at one time or another, experienced at least some parts of this!

  • Yes, I am knitting.  No, I am sure I am not crocheting.
  • Yes, sometimes it does require a lot of patience.
  • Yes, you could do it.  Really!  Want to learn?
  • Yes, I know you can buy sweaters, socks, etc. for not much money – but what’s the fun in that?
  • Yes, I am sure your grandmother did knit for you; that’s nice.
  • Well, yes, it does require some concentration – depending on the pattern and the yarn.  So could you please stop talking and let me knit now?
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About sweatyknitter

Fiber art devotee, author, and amateur artisan bread baker.
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14 Responses to Knitting Forever, Houswork Whenever!

  1. We could have shields made up with those words on them!

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  2. I agree … I find it takes more patience to clean a floor … too boring!

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  3. Yes, that should be a fiber crafter’s motto!

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  5. Until you’re sock knitting and you have four in your hands. That really gets folk every time! 😉

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  6. needleandspindle says:

    A Roman victory cry for all knitters, I love it.

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  7. cleo14 says:

    I had someone say “that must take a lot of patience” this weekend. Ironically, for me, it doesn’t, not the knitting, but the designing of the pattern I’m working on. I just nodded absently and knitted on.

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  8. teabeaknits says:

    Ha ha, these are great. Particularly love the Latin one, a version of which will become my motto from now on!

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  9. Ahhh, once I quote a price, people back down quickly. 🙂

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  10. I agree; it seems rather obvious: one needle or two! Maybe they just focus on the yarn!

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  11. Yes, that is rather fun! Great news about Weaver … maybe you should take him on trips and post pics of him various places! 🙂

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  12. Nicky says:

    LOLOL! Love it! My pet peeve is the same as the poster lagrancostanza — I get a bit peevish when people see me knitting then show me a crochet pattern I MUST make for them. 😀

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  13. Haha, I love these. 😀 (One of my pet peeves is people mixing up crocheting and knitting. There’s a difference, why don’t they see that?!)

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  14. LOL! I always take my knitting/crochet on the tram and sometimes I can see someone almost bursting to ask me what am I doing? My koala called Weaver has been astonishingly well received
    and I am hoping to really take the Aussie critters places. 🙂

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