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By dangerousknitter - / Thursday 8 October 2009 00:38 / United States
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By  TheIrishJaneDoe  |  28

- Quilting isn't knitting. That's like telling someone to drill a hole with a welding torch. - You can knit while between classes, or waiting for a class to start, or riding a public bus to campus. - The only time you shouldn't have knitting needles is when you have your crochet hook.

By  Madeline69  |  0

Well it's a good excuse for cheating "Are you looking off someones paper?". "Why no I'm just finnishing this quilt and there are two big convienient holes in it."

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  rightsaidred  |  5

Dude, I have knitting needles with me at all times. I knit on the bus, I knit on my break at work, I knit at restaurants... muggles (that's non-knitters to you) just don't get it.

By  Madeline69  |  0

Well it's a good excuse for cheating "Are you looking off someones paper?". "Why no I'm just finnishing this quilt and there are two big convienient holes in it."

By  TheIrishJaneDoe  |  28

- Quilting isn't knitting. That's like telling someone to drill a hole with a welding torch. - You can knit while between classes, or waiting for a class to start, or riding a public bus to campus. - The only time you shouldn't have knitting needles is when you have your crochet hook.

By  sasonzal  |  15

once i almost got into serious troubels for picking up a kitchen knife that cant cut shit in my school,if i would of got in troubels for that its could be the most fuckt up day ever

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  Tsumetai_fml  |  5

i know right a pencil is more dangerous than a knitting needle in my opinion back in 5th grade i was sitting in class when this girl got up to sharpen her pencil going back to her seat she plunged it into my arm wtf? i barely knew her, not like i did anything to deserve it. the tip broke off inside my arm ;.; the lead of the pencil left a permanment mark that i still have 10+ years later

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