Realizing I could knit while laying down was a came changer for me. Sadly, it only took me a decade and a half to figure that one out. Now I can lay down on the sofa, put on a show or a movie, and more fully relax at the end of the day.
Knitting in the car, on the other hand, is a different story. I know some of you are fabulous car knitters, makes yards and yards of progress on family roads trips. I, however, have found I can only get a handful of rows in before I start to feel like carsickness is heading my way. Is knitting in the car like reading in the car? If you can’t read without getting carsick, it is reasonable to assume you also can’t knit without getting carsick?My Tart Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light is knitting up like a dream. I have a cowl on the needles for my mom and expect I am more than halfway done. I chose a simple pattern (of my own brain’s inner workings…scary in there), but I keep looking at it and wondering if it is TOO simple. I think I will have to wait until after blocking to know one way or the other. It’s been years since I have gifted my mom something knitted, and I am looking forward to surprising her with this.