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EdTheN00bProgrammer wrote:'On January 14, 2006 influential author and knit-blogger Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, otherwise known as Yarn Harlot, challenged the knitting world to participate in the 2006 Knitting Olympics. To participate, a knitter committed to casting-on a challenging project during the opening ceremonies of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, and to have that project finished by the time the Olympic flame was extinguished 16 days later. By the first day of the Olympics, almost 4,000 knitters had risen to the challenge' - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of ... he_Revival
'Yarn Harlot', lolz!
EdTheN00bProgrammer wrote:Why would anyone enjoy such a repetitve activity?
trinitychica14 wrote:And when you think about it...any type of sport..or anything you do...is an extremely repetitive activity..so then why do any of it?
trinitychica14 wrote:However Welsh, if you do that all the time, or even switch it up, you will eventually repeat yourself and if you do a certain activity long enough...it will become repetitive.
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