... with somewhere to go.
When there are, oh, say, 30 more inches of edging to work on,
and her best time for knitting is on the bus,
what's a gal to do?
Roll a fat one, that's what.
I'm rather proud of this solution
(perhaps more than I should be).
40-some inches of edging, wound around a TP tube, and pinned in place with T-pins so it doesn't unroll on me on the ride.
Most of my wedding-knitting time takes place during my 2-hour bus ride down to Bainbridge, where I teach once a week. So, by necessity, I bundle up what I need to be working on and schlep it on and off two buses. So it helps if it's portable, and a little distracting–this edging is perfect for that.
Of course, I'll take along another project, "just in case."
Because the worst possible thing that could happen is that a girl could end up with no knitting on a day when she's travelling ... to ... a yarn store.