There is an interview for the S.O.s of knitters circulating on the web. I found it here at Purl Diva: Knitters Are Sexy and traced it back through about 15 knitters, but not to the original source, so I can't properly credit her whoever she may be. Anyway, I thought it would be fun to interview my husband.
First, a little background information: About 9 years ago I knit him a sweater in cotton yarn. The yarn stretched and stretched and stretched until we laughingly referred to it as his "sleeping bag." It was eventually frogged.
Me: What is your favorite thing about my knitting?
Him: The quality of what you make.
Me: What is your least favorite thing about my knitting?
Him: It takes time away from me.
Me: What is something I've knit that you recall as good?
Him: Everything you've done in the past year or so.
Me: Do you think knitters have an expensive hobby?
Him: No. (Smile. I guess I've got him buffaloed on that one!)
Me: Do you have any hobbies?
Him: Yes. (No elaboration offered)
Me: Do you have a stash of any kind?
Him: You mean like my liquor cabinet?
Me: Have I ever embarrassed you by knitting in public?
Me: Do you know my favorite kind of yarn?
Him: No. (In all fairness, I don't really have a favorite.)
Me: Can you name a knitting blog?
Him: Well, there's "Knitters of America" (smile -- he means Ravelry)
Me: Do you mind my wanting to stop at yarn stores wherever we go?
Me: Do you understand the importance of a swatch?
Him: Yes. That's where you practice knitting the thing you're going to knit to make sure the compression and size are right. That's what you should have done before you knit my sleeping bag!
Me: Have you read Knitting Therapy?
Him: I have once or twice.
Me: Did you leave a comment?
Me: Do you think the house would be cleaner if I didn't knit.
Him: He laughs and says, "Yes!" (We often joke about our crimes and misdemeanors against Good Housekeeping Practices.)
Me: Anything else you'd like to add?