One hexagon, two hexagon, red hexagon, blue hexagon…

You know what makes waiting for things completely and totally welcome? Knitting.

Every row counts!

I’ve been carrying just enough yarn in my purse to work on hexagons for my Six’es blanket, which means that every little scrap of time I have to wait for something, I can pull out my instant patience needles. Knitting makes bus travel totally pleasant! It makes waiting for appointments no problem at all! It makes a long lineup no sweat :)

Sunny hexagon afternoon

The leftover yarns in my stash are being used up fairly quickly, so I’ve started to use new stash skeins that I just don’t have a project in mind for, too. This lovely bright blue is Knitpicks Stroll Tonal.

Knitpicks Stroll Tonal in Blue Yonder

Even though it’s still quite a long way away, I’m already feeling pretty excited about how the blanket will look when it’s finished!

Hexagons galore!

Do you carry knitting with you all the time? Or just when you know you’ll have the chance to squeeze in some stitches?

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4 thoughts on “One hexagon, two hexagon, red hexagon, blue hexagon…

  1. Because I have a small child in tow most of the time, travel knitting is kind of….well, it just doesn’t work for me. So, most of my knitting is done at hone, at night, while everyone else is sleeping. Oh well.

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