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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / How to get knitting time and husband time?? Ideas?? on: April 20, 2007 07:58:21 AM
So, this is my problem:
I LOVE TO KNIT!!!!  a lot.  My husband likes to "waller" on me.  a lot.  Don't get me wrong, I love him dearly, but how does one go about getting knitting time and fitting it into married/husband time?? It gets really annoying when I'm sitting on the couch knitting and he either leans back on me, tackles me, or just tries to waller on me.  He always ends up laying on my yarn and getting in the way of my needles, etc.  I'm always afraid I'm going to drop stitches and so I get upset.  Keep in mind, I try not to knit all the time.  It's not like he doesn't get any time with me, it just seems to happen frequently.  I pick up the needles and he has a sudden urge to cuddle with me.

Anyway, does anyone have any ideas to work these two things together??  Or just let me know if you've found something that works.  Do you have a set time to knit when you can't be bothered?  A certain phrase that sends them running??  Please let me know!!
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