Blogville Knitters’ Challenge

Where is your favorite place to knit? Blog about it for us however you wish. You can post a photo or describe it. Tell us what you like about it. This should be about your favorite place to knit, not where you knit most often (unless they are the same).

My favorite place to knit is on the hammock on the front porch in front of a fire in the chimenea.

I don’t knit here very often, but it was a nice day and Sarah recently blogged about knitting outside. I remembered how I used to love to sit outside and knit and read and listen to music. So I took a half day of PTO today and made a fire. I’ve been knitting on my sock and listening to Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix Volumes 1 and 2. It reminds me of my boys. We used to listen to it in the car quite a lot.

Today I was visited by our neighbor boys. They remind me of my boys when they were little. They wanted to dig up our house so it would fall down. I told them to go for it.

Sometimes JoJo visits me on the hammock.

Sometimes she does this and chews on my needles so I can’t knit. But that’s ok.

I finished the gusset and it’s easy knitting and listening from here on out.

Please share about your favorite place to knit on your blog or in the comments below!

9 thoughts on “Blogville Knitters’ Challenge

  1. I do 99.9% of my knitting in my rocking arm chair that was my grandads. In my dreams I would live somewhere with warm enough weather to have an American style house with a wrap around porch with a swing and comfy chairs. Where I could sit in the shade and be warm.

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  2. Most of my knitting is done in front of rubbish telly but I really like knitting in the garden listening to the river flowing by and the ducks and swans getting worked up about whatever 🐦🐥🐦

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  3. Favorite place to knit? With others, any place, any time. That’s not an option now, though. When at home, I usually knit in the gorgeous and comfortable hand crafted rocking chair given us as a wedding gift. Camping, in my zero-gravity chair next to the camper. That gives me a small table (the fender on the dual wheel) and I can use magnets to attach patterns to the side of the camper.


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