October 17, 2015

Knitting on a Rainy Day

When there's a weather event, whether it be a snow storm or just a rainy day, knitting is a great way to pass the time. Not only does knitting give you a way to relax, but it is also a way to be productive. It can help make you feel like you accomplished something even though you were stuck at home all day. 

This doesn't just apply to bad weather but it can also apply to sick days when you are stuck in bed. I mean how often have you had a 1 to 2 week illness that made you stay in bed making you incredibly bored?

Maybe you are experiencing bad weather right now or a sick day right now. If so you may want to pick up the hobby of knitting even just for a day. You may be thinking that you don't have time in one day to complete a project and you don't want to leave something unfinished lying around. Luckily I have three knitting patterns here for you that you can complete in about 30 minutes each. It doesn't get much easier than that. If you don't know how to knit I've also included detailed instructions that will teach you how in a manner of minutes. So even if you are suffering enjoy the time off and try out this hobby!

For those of you who do knit, what projects do you work on on your days off? How much can you accomplish in a day? Do you know of patterns that you can accomplish in an hour? Please share them below for those who are a little timid when it comes to knitting projects! After all if you are talented or have found something valuable why not share it with someone else? Thank you for your contribution!

Tags: knitting, rain, weather, snow storm, relax, productive, accomplishments, stuck at home 


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