Monday, November 08, 2010

Movie Theatre Knitting...


...we went to see Megamind over the weekend...

...it was an awesome movie...so awesome in fact that I didn't even finish my dishcloth...

...not even half-way finished - so that means that it was really a good movie...

...so, do y'all knit in the movie theater - or I am the only weirdo doing that?...

10 comments:

  1. I've only brought my knitting to the movies once, and I only ended up working through the credits. I think I need more light to work :)

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  2. Oh good, glad you liked the movie - Owen is waiting to see it soon!!

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  3. I never have, but plan to the next time I go to a movie that I might not need to pay close attention to. I love knitting dish clothes and keep myself and the rest of my family stocked. Harriet

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  4. I knit while I'm waiting for the movie to start and then put it away during the previews. I loved Megamind! I love movies that get kids excited about science.

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  5. LOL, I never would think of knitting in a movie theatre. I don't think I'd be able to anyway as I'm still new to knitting and need to "see" what I'm doing.

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  6. Oh, funny! That movie looks great. I take my knitting to church (I don't know why), to restaurants (again, who wants dirty knitting?), and to the park. I have been known to make tons of errors when knitting in the dark, and then I have to back up several rows. Teehee! I do love knitting during movie watching at home.

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  7. No, I don't usually take my knitting to the movies, though there has been at least one time when we arrived so early that I wished I had it with me.

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  8. Yep, I knit Everywhere...knitting is always with me and allows me to center and focus when life is handing out lemons or when making lemonade.

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  9. i'm sorry to tell you but as far as I'm concerned, you're the only person who does that. i would never thought it was possible and i had never met anyone who would do it. but i must say... it's a great idea and i'm sure now that you planted that seed in my mind, i'll have to try it!

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  10. I can't even knit in the light--let alone in the darkness of a theater!

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