Skip Navigation

Click for Lion Brand Yarn Home Page
separator
Our Yarns
The LB Collection
Martha Stewart Crafts
Vanna's Choice
Request Free Catalog
Our Yarns
Yarn by Weight
separator
New Catalog
separator
Shop
separator
  • free patterns
  • special sales
  • new items
  • 15% off coupon
    US orders only
    view past newsletters   Click to view newsletters and subscription choice
separator
Free Catalog
separator
Patterns
separator
Lion Brand
     Yarn Studio
     Retail Store, New York, NY
separator
Lion Brand
     Yarn Shop
     Retail Store, Colonie, NY
separator
Lion Brand Outlet
     Retail Store, Carlstadt, NJ
separator
Find a Store
post code:
country:
within:
more options   Click for more store-locator options
separator
Home : Community : Customer Gallery : How I didn't become a serial killer
 

Customer Projects - Get Inspired

Would you like to share a project that you have made from our yarns or our patterns?   Hundreds of thousands of people who care about your favorite craft will see your work.  Any submissions, particularly original ones are welcome, as long as the project was made from Lion Brand Yarn. 

Click here to post it!

 
  Search:  
spacer
 
How I didn't become a serial killer
Created By: KRISTINE L FITCH

I learned to knit as a child but left it behind when I got busy. In my first faculty position at a university, our department had 2-hour faculty meetings every week - sometimes twice in one week! I noticed I was filling page after page with elaborate doodles - something about the stressful atmosphere and the long hours sitting still was making me crazy. After a year or two mourning those doodle-filled pages that went into the trash, it occurred to me to go back to knitting. I started taking my knitting to faculty meetings, which drew both ridicule and admiration from my colleagues. I found out quickly that it was so soothing I didn't care what anyone said! I could actually focus more on what people were saying because my hands were busy, and instead of filling the trash cans with doodles I started to fill my childrens' closets with hats, sweaters, and toys. Knitting saved my sanity!


 
separator separator
Bookmark This!  separator
Sign up for our Newsletter  
separator Share This!  separator About Us separator Contact Us separator
  Font Size:   
Click to view page with standard font Click to view page with larger font Click to view page with largest font