Stitching Blogger's Question... weather and stitching

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Stitching Blogger's Question... weather and stitching
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Mon, 10-01-2012 - 11:29am

from CinDC http://pencilcrossings.blogspot.com/ courtesy of Lake Stitcher  at http://lakestitcher.blogspot.com/2012/10/stitching-bloggers-questions.html

It was hellishly hot this summer, and dry, humid and "normal" in Septemebr, and now it's downright late sutumny here.  SO the question is...

Does the weather affect your ability or desire to stitch? Do you work on different projects in heat or cold?

 

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This summer was too hot to do anything!
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Registered: 01-03-2001

I totally agree! All I wanted to do was crank up the AC and hide until autumn came!

And autumn came with a roar here! My goodness, the nights are getting colder and the rains are back... Perfect knitting weather!

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Registered: 07-31-1998

I do think it is nice to work on an afghan in the winter! Otherwise the weather doesn't effect my stitching.

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Registered: 05-23-2001

It's been VERY hot here - cooled off a bit today....only 97!  But they are predicting 72 tomorrow.  However, silly me - I've been sitting around stitching & sweating.  I think if I'd been working on a cross-stitch project & holding the fabric &/or hoop in my sweaty hand I probably wouldn't have stiched for long - probably just very early or very late when it was a bit cooler.  

Liz