Some Knitting in Public hints from Charlotte (who usually does her KIP-ing at softball tournaments and coffee houses):
1. Bring a project that doesn't demand your full attention. Too often, I've knit complicated mistakes into difficult lace projects while laughing at a friend's story!
2. Better yet, bring multiple projects. At a recent event, I finished the cuff of a sock, knit a few inches of stockinette on a sweater, and seamed the underarms on a third project.
3. Remember your tools! Will you need a tapestry needle, stitch markers, or row counter? What about a crochet hook to fix those dropped stitches? Of course, we have replacements here for you if you do forget.
4. Bring a friend-- or come prepared to make new friends! The community that emerges when knitters find each other is inspiring, encouraging, and fun.Pin It