Weird Wool Wednesday: defending knitting

While seaming the blocks on my blanket together it was Very Important that the blocks kept their order. After all, I had put much thought in arranging them.

Which is why I made them into piles, one for each row. Put the piles on the table. Sat in front of the piles, on the couch, knitting them one by one.
NOBODY TOUCH THEM!

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When I looked up after seaming the first blocks…. the pile on the left looked… suspiciously…cuddled?

WHO DARES TO CUDDLE MY KNITTING?!

We all know who….
GRRRR!

Luckily knitters have weapons:

This is a 30 cm long, size 3,5 mm knitting needle. Birch. Very good for fending off knit cuddling cats.

I poked a bit at her, making very clearly that I meant business. This is a clever cat, she understands.
So I put away the needle and went back to work.

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But when I looked up to get the next square:

QUICK! QUICK! GET THE NEEDLE!

OOPS!

BOINK!

GRR!

POKE!

Snif?

unimpressed beam…

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8 thoughts on “Weird Wool Wednesday: defending knitting

  1. Tja, katten…… Altijd eigenwijs en eigenzinnig. Je blokjes ziet er geweldig uit! Misschien moet ik toch maar weer de karmaknusdeken oppakken?
    Groetjes, Hannah

    • ik verkijk me aardig hoeveel werk het nog is, een deken in elkaar zetten van ongelijke blokjes. Een volgende keer zorg ik dat alle blokjes gelijk zijn.
      Ja, “volgende keer”. Want het is wel erg leuk, een deken maken.

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