Travel Knitting

Road trips are a wonderful time to get some guilt-free knitting in (at least when you’re not the one driving). But travel projects need to be:

  • portable/small
  • simple
  • self-contained
  • not prone to falling off the needle

Right now my projects in progress are an almost completed Fugl sweater for N (heavy), a vest for me (complicated), a scarf (slippery needles), and a sweater for me (heavy). Well, drat! None of those will work. What should I do?

Right now I see three options: start a new hat, start the sleeves for Plum Frost, or don’t take a project at all.

What to do, what to do??!

[no photos due to broken dSLR and inability to use the point&shoot E (Poking My Eyes Out) lent me.]

3 Comments so far

  1. E on December 17th, 2009

    oye! a p&s is suppose to be simple to use ;-)

  2. Sara on December 17th, 2009

    i vote hat. go hat!

  3. sara on December 18th, 2009

    I vote for hat. You simply can’t go knitless!