Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Good plane knitting?

In a valiant, and somewhat successful, attempt at avoiding the huge to-do list, I finished The Limey's socks yesterday. I was saving them for the plane ride. So now I have no plane knitting! Oh noes!

I'm racking my brains here...I like sock knitting because my wooden dpns are less likely to be confiscated by the overly zealous security people, but I have no more sock yarn for The Limey and I don't want to knit socks for me...I want to start a good lace project, but I don't want to risk my Addi lace turbos with the aforementioned security and I have no wooden circulars of appropriate would be a good time to do colourwork, but I don't have a project picked out, and there's no time to get more yarn, so whatever it is has to be do-able with what I have...

I'm going to add "rummage through stash" and "do humongous Ravelry pattern search" to my to-do list.


soknitpicky said...

I like to do scarves in a simple-to-remember stitch pattern on planes. I also like to do sections of mindless stockinette or ribbing, and fortunately my Denise (plastic) needles have never posed a big confiscation risk :-)

Woolly Stuff said...

i just made the pegboard lace tunic, which was really easy and I was happy with how it turned out. Seems like it could be a good airplane project, AND wearable on the other side, as it's quite summery!