Spinning and Watching the Playoffs

Stan Stansbury's picture

I had a great day parked on the couch, watching the playoffs and spinning. At one point my partner mentioned that it seemed like an odd combination. I laughed and started to wonder how odd it really is. Anybody else out there knit/weave/spin and watch football? I do it all the way through football season.

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grandcarriage's picture

LOL! Yesterday, I got out

LOL! Yesterday, I got out of bed, fed my mare and cleaned her stall, jacked up the truck, pulled the dead starter from it, biked to the bus stop, loaded up the bike on the bus, knit a hat on my trip into town, got my new starter at the shop, finished knitting the hat on the bus trip back home, put the new starter in (SUCCESSFUL! I NOW HAVE A RUNNING TRUCK AGAIN), exercised my mare, and worked on a commissioned knit project while watching a DVD of Sense and Sensibility.

We be a multi-faceted people.

martyknits1's picture

You are not alone! I like

You are not alone! I like to watch football, but it's WAY better if you've got something to knit during all the time-outs, half time etc... I have to admit I look up quite a bit to check out the players... especially if they are wearing white... and it's raining... ; )

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

I usually knit to be able to

I usually knit to be able to stand watching football! Or, to be more honest, to make the pretence of being interested in the sport to begin with. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

albert's picture

I think we're twins by

I think we're twins by different parents, separated at birth (or previously).

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

My twin and I have a running

My twin and I have a running commentary about our evil imaginary triplet "Skippy". While I don't think you quite fit the description - much nicer than he - you might be our quadruplet. ;-) And you knit...a big advantage over the twin and Skippy. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

MathewGnagy's picture

My roommate (gurl) and I

My roommate (gurl) and I used to sit on the couch and knit while watching Hockey...Knitting and Rangers games...there was a lot of yelling at the television...but the needles never stopped!

we Quickly learned, however, that lace knitting and Hockey do NOT go together.

Mathew
Take light into dark places

scottly's picture

Only when a game

Only when a game irritatingly runs over into the 60 Minutes time slot. I still can't understand how 2:34 minutes on the clock can take 30 minutes to play. It is good to knit to however, since I'm not really paying attention.

Andy's picture

Can't sit there in silence

Can't sit there in silence while I'm spinning! I don't watch the sport or anything I need to concentrate on, so usually put on a dvd that I've seen before.

"Midnight shakes the memory as a madman shakes a dead geranium."

stch's picture

Hi Stan, I do the same here,

Hi Stan,
I do the same here, watch/listen to the games while working on knitting projects. Disappointed that the Packers lost, but, it was a fun game to watch. Next up, Baseball season and more knitting.

ronhuber's picture

I do it with football

I do it with football (soccer) in Mexico and hockey in Canada.