This is a story about how laziness can actually be misunderstood creativeness.
You see, I like knitting. It's yet another hobby that I just don't have time for at school. That and reading, watching tv, playing the piano for fun, and writing.
Anyway! When I got home I absently started to knit.
I only know how to knit one thing: a scarf. Aka, by far the easiest thing in the world to knit. You just cast on, knit, and cast off. It creates a long scarf.
But that takes a while. Scarves need to be long, which translates into a many rows of knitting.
And that gets boring. So here I am, knitting away, trying to think of how I could have a finished product with minimal knitting.
I'll just make an infinity scarf. I don't own one, but I have seen plenty of pictures of them on Pinterest. How hard could it be to make one myself? Most important part? I could stop knitting; an infinity scarf didn't have to be long, as its length was masked as you wrap it around your neck.
To make my little piece of knitting an infinity scarf, I lined up the ends and sewed them together.
That is, if pie were actually easy to make. Which its not, but who am I to argue with the wisdom of old sayings?
Thanks for reading :)