“What? You can’t knit in the dark? Stuff and nonsense; anybody can. Shut your eyes. Knit one stitch. Open your eyes and look at the stitch; it’s all right. Shut your eyes and knit two stitches. Open them. Shut them. Knit three stitches. Falling off a log is no comparison”, by/ de Elizabeth Zimmermann, on / sur Knitter’s Almanac.
“It is pure potential. Every ball or skein of yarn holds something inside it, and the great mystery of what that might be can be almost spiritual”, by/ de Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, n / sur Knitting Rules!: The Yarn Harlot’s Bag of Knitting Tricks.
“Crochet is such a wonderful craft. There are so many facets and variations to explore with a hook and some yarn. The creative possibilities are endless”, by/ de Margaret Hubert.
“Some people [crochet] more in 20 years than others do in 80. It’s not the time that matters, it’s the [yarn]”, by/ de The Doctor on / sur The Lazarus Experiment (Doctor Who).
“A crocheted piece is the lovely manifestation of a thought, expressed through hand, heart, hook and yarn”, by/ de Francine Toukou.
“It’s only knitting and it’s one of the few times in your life when there are no bad consequences to a mistake”, by/ de Stephanie Pearl McPhee.
“Isn’t the granny square a bit dated and boringly basic? Far from it! The granny square is the foundation upon which unlimited new and exciting designs can be created”, by/ de Margaret Hubert, on / sur Granny Square Book. Source.