What is your favorite knitting spot?

Looking out the back door of John’s new patio home. I am so glad we have an Aspen right here in the back yard. I am really liking the neighborhood and Greeley, Colorado.

 

I love the outdoors, so I am claiming this cedar glider as my favorite knitting spot on nice days when I visit John in his new patio home. There’s even room for you to join me.

Can’t you just see us sipping our coffee? (or I could make tea if you prefer)

Besides liking the outdoors, I have always loved swings, rocking chairs, the gentle rocking of a boat while fishing … well you get the idea. Even as a little gray-haired lady now, I can’t pass up a kids playground with swings without wanting to hop on. I know … very silly, but I guess I am still a kid at heart.

Aaah … day dreams. Oh well, gotta get back to work in my studio. The computer is like a slave driver these days, lol. But seriously, there WILL be time for relaxing. Remember to Take Time to Smell the Roses.

Now let’s hear from you .. What is your favorite place to knit? (it can be in your dreams or reality!)

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7 thoughts on “What is your favorite knitting spot?”

  1. My favorite place to knit is in my small camper, be it set up in a beautiful forest, by a meandering stream or simply sitting quietly by the side of the house. It’s my get-a-way spot, nice, quiet and comfy.

  2. My favorite place to knit is in our motorhome camping on the beach during a fall storm watching the waves explode on the rocks and being all cozy inside watching what power the oceans have.

  3. My favorite place is a play house in my back yard. I have moved in overstuffed furniture and I take my knitting there and a tea tray.

  4. I searched for quite some time for a knitting chair, and found one at a flea market. It’s old, bordered with carved wood and upholstered and in great condition! I then found a wonderful side table – actually an old humidor – to put beside it. This is where I love to knit.

    I also started riding the bus instead of driving, so I get 1/2 hour in the morning and 1/2 hour in the evening to knit on the bus. This is my favorite place to knit and figure out mistakes and learn new patterns.

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