This is Slow Knitting in both aspects - mindful and taking time.
The Habu (from KBN) has been wrapped with the fishing line around a weaving shuttle - five or six times is about right - and then unwrapped one or two wraps while knitting; trying to knit taking each strand from the ball and roll was impossible without frustrating tangles. (I bet others have solved such a problem with nifty techniques......???)
The experience of knitting with elastic bands and then later with fishing line and a cotton/silk yarn are motivating further adventures such as this.
I enjoy the result of knitting as architecture that 'houses' the body. It is fun to wear.
Not sure what this WIP will evolve into ; I'll keep knitting ..... and knitting ...... and knitting ......
The string bag from here worked out as I was hoping and I expect to make more using those dimensions and that design; a simple rectangle with gathers at both ends and along the sides is so - simple! And you can use favourite stitches.
Here it is with knitting projects in it; the size is perfect for hanging on a wrist or a post or chair back and working from it.
It also expands and now has a coat and hat along with the knitting and is still comfortable to carry.
And if it fits in a tea cup it will fit in a pocket or a purse.