Thursday, November 28, 2013

A supernormal yarn girl

I wonder why people stare at me when walking down the streets with my yarn bags in hand? And I wonder why the visitors at the café looks at me with wondering eyes when I settle in with all my glorious supplies to have a hooky moment? Because this is completely normal, right?

Kärlek
Annette

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  34. It is is my world. Love the pictures of yours

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  35. It is wonderful that you get attention for your yarny crafting! :-) I make instant friends in coffee shops and waiting rooms, everyone is always curious what I'm making...and many are keen to learn more - I'm thinking about making some business cards and get a few new people interested in a crochet workshop! ;-) Chrissie x

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  36. Yes of course it's normal, I mean to say what else would you do. :)

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  37. Lovely! And you have my knitting bag :-)

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  38. LMAO! You shoyld've seen the looks/comments I got when last year and this year I took out the hook-bag and started crocheting a blanket on the side of a pool/ the beach/ the ferry/ the airplane when we were on holidays :-)
    Completely normal I say!!
    Esther.

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  39. you could even say that you are supernatural ;)

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  40. I saw a lady knit in the subway. I went up to her and told her I crochet and knit too and asked for some yarn shops in the city. She was really excited to hear this and more than happy to help me with yarn shop :-) See crocheting/knitting in public helps others too :-) So go ahead and do it ladies :-)
    -Ranjitha

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  41. I absolutely love and can identify with this picture!

    If it isn't normal then I would far rather be abnormal any day!!!

    Heather x

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  42. Oh, it's absolutely normal, of course it is, haha! I've been known to set up my crochet and be crocheting away for half an hour before I bother to look up - it's only then I notice people staring!

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  43. Hahaha I actually laughed out loud seeing this picture and reading your words. I have been having a relaxing nice time reading through your blog (love all the color and inspiration) but getting back to crocheting in public. I remember the feeling when I first crochet/knitted in public as a teen, I relate to that same feeling when I sit in a busy mall or public place to breastfeed....I think its just the stares that throw me off, but who cares. Handmade things are great and so is nursing your baby ha! :)

    -Birgitta

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I truly enjoy reading your sweet messages! Thanks for leaving a trail.
Kärlek
Annette

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