Stay in and knit.

I don’t know if anyone saw this on Style.com:

Purl Jam
“And how to keep yourself from biting your now-pretty little nails while waiting anxiously for the results of all those nerve-racking presidential primaries? Try knitting. If you’ve never learned how to knit one, purl two, call Lauren Sheaffer, a Seventh Avenue insider who was hired by Elizabeth Musmanno of Vera Wang to give her daughter lessons for Christmas. A textile designer for a major American designer by day, Sheaffer is an ace with a pair of needles by night. On the West Coast, aspiring sweater sisters turn to Suss Cousins, a native of Sweden. Cousins knits for the movies—her credits include The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Matrix, and Scooby-Doo (well, Velma is famous for her orange turtleneck, isn’t she?)—and offers classes at her boutique or at your place.”

This is def how I’ve spent my winter…knitting every single day after work right until I go to bed.
“Time for bed?” says Roommate
“Just one more line” says I
“Addict” says Roommate
“Yes” says I

I do think it would be amazing to knit for movies.

I also wish I could just knit and blog about it all day long. every day.

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3 Responses to “Stay in and knit.”

  1. Running Knitter Says:

    I wish I could just knit and blog about it all day too!

  2. Jessica Says:

    you knit more than i train!

  3. Mona Makes Says:

    the only thing I can tell myself is when it’s warm out I’ll start to play tennis more or something…but maybe I’ll just end up knitting outside:-(

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