Knitting is undergoing a phenomenal surge in popularity because many celebrities are going gaga with it. We all know that the lovely Duchess of Cambridge loves knitting along with many celebrities. Despite their busy schedules, they still find knitting as a valuable way to relax. Of course, everybody has to relax once in a while. Here’s a gallery of celebrities who loves knitting.
Some may really surprise you!
1. Scarlett Johansson
We saw pretty Scarlett knit a scarf as part of her role and it was later included as a pattern in the book ‘Mother of Purl: Friends, Fun and Fabulous Designs at Hollywood’s Knitting Circle’ by Edith Eig. But do you know that Scarlett Johansson knits off screen too?
2. Ryan Reynolds
Ryan Reynolds had fallen in love with Scarlett Johansson and he must had fallen for the things that she does too. “I would go with the much less violent approach – my super power would be something more like knitting, my mutant ability would have a calming effect”, he said when asked what superpowers he likes. We can assume that Scarlett has taught her the basics and that thing is surely a cool stuff that makes falling in love the best thing on earth. You’ll get to learn from your partner and you can teach him something valuable too.
3. Debra Messing
Do you know that Debra’s first knit was a blue sweater for her dog? She really loves to show love for her pets and for sure, she finds knitting as a valuable hobby. Nothing can beat a personalized item as a gift. Despite her allergy to wool, Debra Messing proves that she can always do what she likes. Knitting expert to the stars Edith Eig was the one who taught her how to knit. It always pays to learn from the experts but there are several online resources that you will find helpful. You can use YouTube! And for those that have allergies to wool, why don’t you go for pima cotton?
4. Jimmy Hill
We all loved him as a football player and commentator. You will surely get surprised to know that Jimmy Hill loves to knit too. This one is so 90’s but it’s a good thing for you to know. Jimmy Hill has actually joined a longest knitted scarf fundraising event in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice in East Sussex in 1996. He said that he learned to knit as a young boy so he’s really comfortable with needles.