This week Ariel and MJ are joined by Steph to discuss knitting on the go. Where do you knit outside of your home? How do you decide on projects to take with you when traveling?
Episode 34: Oh the places you’ll knit!
Featured intro music excerpt: “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” by The Smiths
We’re joined this week by Steph of Squirrel and Stash to talk about knitting while traveling.
What we’ve been up to
MJ has been knitting
- The sound of silence.
Steph has been knitting (and crocheting)
- Finishing up the Sunshine Day Afghan
- Working on a custom Acorn Trail>
Ariel has been knitting
- Finished Mommy and Baby Monkey Socks
- Found an old WIP, Yvaine and worked on it
- Working on Blurple Waves
- Started Wendel (actually that was last time)
Ariel’s WIP Counter
Beginning WIPs: 28 pre-2015 projects
minus Finished Projects: 2, but not pre-2015
minus Frogged Projects: 0
… grand total of 28 pre-2015 WIPs
This week we discuss how we decide what kinds of knitting we like to do on the go, and what criteria we take under consideration when picking travel knitting projects.
Some considerations include:
- Project size
- Pattern complexity
- Amount of yarn needed
- How much and what kind of knitting time we will have
How do you pick knitting to travel with?
P.S. Steph finished her awesome blanket!