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Knitting with Maura

28 Jan

I knit, mainly simple things like fingerless mitts and scarves, but I knit.  I started several years ago, after teaching myself how to crochet.  It was always nice to have a project around while waiting for doctors or therapists, but now it’s morphed into something to do while watching tv.

Maura has always been a bit fascinated by it all – especially the knitting needles.  Which she’s used for drumsticks, as you do.  Recently however, she’s decided she can knit too.  I found this out the day I caught her plunging knitting needles into my newly finished scarf.

Because I’m awesome, I found her a half-knitted project I was going to take apart to redo, and let her have at it.

as you can see, she takes this seriously

as you can see, she takes this seriously

 

Today, however, we had words about where she pilfers her knitting needles from.  The pencil holder on my desk?  That’s fine.  Out of mom’s current project with the stitch markers and double pointed needles?  Not cool.

She lucked out – I was able to put my needles back onto my project.  And then showed her where she is allowed to borrow knitting needles from.

Meanwhile, the girl needs a different hobby that won’t interfere with mine, lol!

My current project - fingerless mitts for me

My current project – fingerless mitts for me

 

 

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6 Responses to “Knitting with Maura”

  1. donofalltrades January 28, 2014 at 9:27 pm #

    Awe, sweet girl just wants to be like momma. That almost always means a headache for momma. Lol.

  2. Michelle Harrison January 28, 2014 at 9:46 pm #

    Saw this link on FB via Kim Chippari Scheffler. Glad I jumped over here and met you and Maura.

  3. Morguie February 4, 2014 at 6:24 pm #

    She’s so cute. Nice post.

  4. Mom February 5, 2014 at 8:13 pm #

    I am trying to teach myself to crochet out of necessity – I guess it would ease boredom at long appointments but mostly need to make warm clothes for Superman – kudos to you – two needles freak me out!! Now my daughter wants to learn too!

  5. Lillian, Anybody can do Anything February 6, 2014 at 7:48 pm #

    This reminds me of the times when my niece “helped” me with a crochet project by grabbing it by the end and bringing it to me at the end of the hall, unraveling the painstakingly complicated section I had just finished. Oh Help! Save me from my helpers!

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