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Saturday, January 05, 2008

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Sherrill

I didn't knit when I had gotten the tatoo on my ankle...but I did break an embroidery hoop to bits at that time. Just a bit painful!

Beautiful tatoo's and what a great story behind them.

Nic

Umm... I haven't really knit anywhere unusual, I don't think. Coffee shops, trains, dentist waiting rooms, traffic jams, the usual. I felt most out of place probably kitting in the lobby of the Scandic Anglais in Stockholm - but that may be because I generally felt out of place there as it was full of "the beautiful people" and me and the hubby in scruffs and rucksacks didn't quite fit in...

Lovely tats, BTW

Celia

Answer to the question: Great Wall of China
As for the tattoos, WOWIE! I always thought I was too old. Now I'm rethinking. I want to know about the recovery time.

Robin in VA

You are one brave lady! I've wanted one for years but have been to chicken to go through with it!
Love 'em...love what they represent!

Jo

Love the new needlework! I can't think of knitting in any unusual places, I have been known to spindle and dance if a favourite track is on!

zeph

Probably not that unusual, but I finished off a pair of baby socks while standing in a complete stranger's driveway, waiting for the realtor to turn up and show me round the house that was for sale...

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