5 Responses to “on needles: monotony and mystery”

  1. angie says:

    Oh I’ve always got 3 projects going on at least, just to deal w/ the monotony that is stockinette stitch:)

  2. taryn oakley says:

    I am knitting a hat on teeny needles and feel like I need a break too. So much stockinette on small needles starts to make my brain wander!

  3. Heidi says:

    So happy your back Rachel! I love the color of the shawl.
    I knit mostly at night in the dark so have been picking lighter colors of yarn specifically for that reason.
    Your post made me laugh! Sometimes I have to force myself to finish a project before I start another doesn’t always work thought(says the person with several single socks knitted without the other to make a pair).
    Happy Knitting!

  4. Jen says:

    Oh, man! I hate when I get to that stage on a project. I usually have to put it aside for a little while so I don’t chuck it across the room. 😉

  5. sylvia says:

    better late then never… i know all about knitting distractions 🙂 my color affection has been lying around far too long, and there i don’t even feel that the stockinette gets boring because of all the color changes i have to keep up with.
    take care!

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