CATWKS ~ Questionnaire

14 September 2007
  1. Are you religious?

No

  1. How long have you been knitting? Would you consider yourself a Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced?

On and off for 20+ years. Intermediate - Advanced

  1. Do you have any other hobbies besides knitting?

Reading, computer and learnt to crochet this year

  1. Favorite color(s)?

Greens, blues, purples and reds

  1. Do you collect anything?

Can’t resist fun/new pens or socks with pictures of teddy bears on them

  1. Are you allergic to any fibers or animals?

Cigarette smoke and some floral scents make me sneeze

  1. Do you have any pets?

No

  1. Coffee, Tea, or Hot Chocolate?

Hot chocolate

  1. Cookies or Sweets?

Slight preference for sweets, but love both

  1. Do you knit socks?

Yes! (I mostly only knit socks)

  1. If not socks then what? (tell us about your favorite knits)

Also knit/crochet dishcloths (I’m not a sweater knitter)

  1. Do you put up a Christmas tree? If not then what do you do?

Yes

  1. Favorite holiday treats?

My mum’s shortbread (old family recipe)

  1. Favorite holiday smells?

Cranberry and vanilla

  1. Do you celebrate Christmas in a traditional or unconventional way? Please elaborate.

Christmas dinner/lunch, Christmas tree, gifts, cards and carols

  1. What are your favorite holiday traditions?

Wrapping presents on Christmas Eve while watching “Carols by Candlelight”, Christmas lunch/dinner and going to the cricket on Boxing Day (Dec 26)

  1. Finish the sentence: “For me Christmas is all about....”

Family and friends

  1. If you were a Christmas ornament you would be…….?

Tree bauble

  1. What was your favorite gift you've ever received? Or given?

O gosh… I’ve no idea!

  1. When do you start your Christmas?

Decorating? About 7 – 10 days prior. Celebrating? Christmas morning

  1. Do you send Christmas cards? Do you make them or buy them?

Yes. I buy them

  1. What is your favorite Christmas dish?

Roast chicken (I don’t like turkey) with all the trimmings

  1. Carolers are at your door. What do you do?

I can honestly say we’ve never had carolers come to the door (I don’t think people go caroling here… I could be wrong though). I think I’d open the door and enjoy the singing

  1. When do you open presents? Christmas eve or Christmas morning?

Christmas morning

  1. Do you celebrate with family or friends or both?

Usually family, sometimes friends too


Please note: Australia has strict quarrantine laws, so please check what can/can't be mailed to Australia before you make/buy items to send.

http://www.daffa.gov.au/aqis/mail/cant-mail

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5 Comments:
  • Thanks so much for sharing! Mmmmm. I bet your Mum's shortbread is lovely! I love shortbread :) Hope you're enjoying the swap so far and thanks for filling out your questionnaire!

    By Blogger Knittymuggins, on 16 September, 2007  
  • Hi,

    I can't believe it: I found an Australian knitter in this swap. Knitting in Australia isn't that popular, I think. The weather ..
    My husband's Australian and we are living in Germany. I will visit your blog again.

    http://www.michou.twoday.net

    By Anonymous Andrea, on 23 September, 2007  
  • Thanks for having me KM!

    Hi Andrea. Knitting is pretty popular here. While it doesn't get as cold as Europe, we still have plenty of opportunity to wear knitted jumpers, scarves, gloves etc and of course socks!

    By Blogger OzKnitter, on 02 October, 2007  
  • I had a completely different impression but most of the time we were in Brisbane and the women I met there were astonished to see me knitting all the time ;-)
    My Mother-in-law loved to do it though.

    Nice socks btw ;-)

    By Anonymous Andrea, on 03 October, 2007  
  • I would be very happy if you come to swap gift with us!
    have a nice day!
    Mama from France
    http://www.sirpriz.com
    Swap gift communauty and friends

    By Anonymous Anonymous, on 07 October, 2007  
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