What do you get when you cross a pair of needles

and some yarn with NO INSTRUCTIONS???
A very dissapointed knitter. :crying: :crying: :crying: :crying:
apparently I left my chart at home. I thought, okay, I’ll go on the bernat site and print it out again. so I rushed back to my office, booted computer, finally got to site, only to forget what my sign on name and password were!! I got them to email but after waiting a few minutes, I just turned it back off, knitted the few rows left in a series of 15 rows on the shoulder and then capped my needles reluctantly and read a book.

heh nice one…
Did you get the pattern? If not I’m signed in looking at patterns actually :slight_smile:

no but it’s at home, so I’ll get tonight.
Yesterday I had cleared all the cookies in my computer and so therefore all my sites forgot me!

If it’s any consolation, I’ve done that, too. I’ve also left one needle home. :shock: It’s rare that I get to knit for more than a few minutes at work, so these were times I anticipated more time. I’m more careful now.

I don’t think they’d let me knit here… I’m sure i’d get a few raised eyebrows from the co-workers… but if I have time… sometimes I’ll go out to my car and do it… not so easy now as everything is frozen outside …

AHHHHH…what u get is an unexpected project from your imagination :wink:

LOL rebecca, yes, a surprise is right.
Ingrid, i have learned my lesson and will always have my tools at hand. I waited in the car while dh ran into lowe’s. You know, he said it would be just a minute :rollseyes:
20 min later, I was cleaning out my glove box, desperately wishing I’d brought my knitting or crossstitching!!

I know the feeling! Now I plan knitting for anywhere! I was knitting in traffic hold ups lately because they were working on part of the road I drive home on. I’m almost sorry they’re done. Almost.

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