Where do you typically knit (or crochet)? QueerJoe’s natural habitat is either on the couch in the living room, or in the chair in the t.v. room.
Upstairs/Downstairs Natural Habitat
It’s been mentioned a few times that I try to keep upstairs projects and downstairs projects. Since there are three floors in my townhouse, the upstairs is the living room. And the downstairs is the television room.
Downstairs is my favorite spot. You’ll see I have tons of tools and yarn surrounding my seat. Plus, I get most of my knitting done there. I honestly can’t imagine how anyone can just watch television without doing something else.
If you’d like to see a VERY exciting video of me crocheting for two and a half minutes, here you go:
In these days of distancing myself from others, I feel like my habits are tailor-made for it.
Love to see/read about where you do your yarn-crafting.
I found myself comfortable downstairs before I realized my one crochet project was upstairs. I didn’t feel like getting up, so I finished the latest West Coast Watch Cap and started a second one.
Even with a tan, I can still make a hat look crappy just by wearing it.
But I am making progress on my April Showers Shawl.
My version starts out with 32 repeats and reduces as the shawl gets narrower and narrower.
I’ve done 8 repeats, so I have 24 more to go. But even reducing the number by only 8, I’m starting to finish each two-row repeat a little faster. And it’s going to be a beautiful shawl when it’s finished.