Slackerly blogging , I know! Before I touch another airplane bag of weird tasting crackers, let's get back to March and some Photography for Knitters
classes, all over the place.
If this looks like fun and you happen to be in Little Rock Arkansas or Southaven MS , right by Memphis, then you could join me at Yarn Mart or Hank of Yarn, respectively--next week! I'll also be showing slides & telling and leading some yarn bombing/making at the Arkansas Literary Festival, it's Craft Activism on Saturday afternoon, April 14th. Very cool--I am looking forward to every single minute of this adventure.
Jill and a display at the Wildfiber
counter in Santa Monica CA. If I was one of those people who can decisively grab a skein or ten quickly, I would have- it's a very happy making yarn store. And I should
have.True to my indecisive retail-challenged nature, not a single skein joined me. Fail!
The class, though, was win. Looking at the clothing & lack of sun, you'd think I was faking this as Santa Monica, right? Such an interesting & talented group, from beginner knitters to experienced designers. I wanted to add a happy hour segment to the class so we could all get better acquainted and look at each other's work.Maybe with a nice fruity cocktail. Return visit, on the to-do list.
Closer to home , last Saturday at Katonah Yarn
in Katonah NY. A sympatico group, we could have happily sat there, out of the gray drizzle surrounded by the welcoming yarniness, and chatted till midnight. (In fact, at times we sounded like that was the plan.) We were blessed with
a mid-class driveby modeling by Carrie, full reportage with photos, here
. Thanks to Kay's
good parenting , Carrie knows not to question the gleam
in knitters' eyes when they are holding cameras and she is in a fabulous bulky cowl. Katonah's own Liz Kaplan is shown here with the traveling trio.
Betsy brought her Fussy Cuts
blanket (from Craft Activism
) -brilliantly knit from Silk Garden Chunky.
Why couldn't I have thought of that? Chunky=done faster yet still all the fun of the Noro.
Houseboat in Santa Barbara, back to Cali. Note lace curtains in porthole windows and brushed metal handmade chairs on sundeck. If I disappear and you hear about an incident at the Santa Barbara Marina where a woman shows up and commandeers one of the smallest vessels docked there, muttering something about just wanting a quiet place to knit.....well, no, I wouldn't know anything about that.
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