"What to pack?" Knitters know how daunting it can be trying to decide what knitting to pack when traveling! Imagine a trip that includes 17 hours in a car, each way! That's a lot of knitting time. (Unlike some knitters, I don't get sick while knitting in the car.)
Special K thought she'd help with the decision process. She went through the leftover yarn box and chose these...enough to make six pairs of "leftover footies". Short, quick and can be added to her suitcase once completed.
Hmmmm, each one only takes a few hours, so this could be a possibility. But, I usually have my postal scale when I'm using leftovers to ensure I have enough. Hmmmm, should I pack the postal scale too? Or, would a side trip to a grocery store or office supply to use their scales be necessary? Hmmmm.
Then again, it could get boring after awhile just knitting footies. Plus, when we get home, I wouldn't have a pair of souvenir socks for myself. Hmmmm, these are the latest candidates for my own pair of Monkeys.
But, which knitting bag/daypack do I want jammed between the front seats of the car? Hmmm, if I keep adding knitting projects, the knitting bag could be classified as a side impact air bag!
Hmmm, what knitting to pack? One of the hardest questions a knitter faces!