Monday, September 03, 2007

New Swap. Christmas around the World questionaire

  1. Are you religious? not at all
  2. How long have you been knitting? Would you consider yourself a Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced? I learnt to knit at 4 but have only been seriously knitting for the last 14 years. So I beleive I am advanced.
  3. Do you have any other hobbies besides knitting? spinning and dying
  4. Favorite color(s)? anything
  5. Do you collect anything? Knitting patterns and tools
  6. Are you allergic to any fibers or animals?No
  7. Do you have any pets? Cats in the house and working dogs outside
  8. Coffee, Tea, or Hot Chocolate? All of them YUM
  9. Cookies or Sweets? Sweeties
  10. Do you knit socks? Yes
  11. If not socks then what? (tell us about your favorite knits)
  12. Do you put up a Christmas tree? If not then what do you do? Yes
  13. Favorite holiday treats? Plum pud and shortbread
  14. Favorite holiday smells? Plum pud
  15. Do you celebrate Christmas in a traditional or unconventional way? Please elaborate. Just presents on christmas moring with a large christmas dinner some years. It may be a roast or a BBQ. Depends on the weather
  16. What are your favorite holiday traditions? Presents
  17. Finish the sentence: “For me Christmas is all about....” Family and the children especially
  18. If you were a Christmas ornament you would be…….? a half eaten candy cane
  19. What was your favorite gift you've ever received? Or given? My spinning wheel, idea
  20. When do you start your Christmas? We put up the tree in the first weeks of December and gradually dress it and make biscuits etc
  21. Do you send Christmas cards? Do you make them or buy them? We don't send cards... I forget to post them.
  22. What is your favorite Christmas dish? Plum pud
  23. Carolers are at your door. What do you do?Carolers? what are they?
  24. When do you open presents? Christmas eve or Christmas morning?On Christmas morning
  25. Do you celebrate with family or friends or both? Just family


Dorothy said...

No carolers? That's so sad! Can I carol for you now? "Joy to the World, the Lord has come!"

I look forward to learning more about Christmas in Australia!

Knittymuggins said...

Thanks so much for sharing Clare! Your spinning wheel sounds like a fantastic gift! And I was intrigued by your answer to #18 :) Hope you are enjoying the swap so far and thanks for filling out your questionnaire!