To all, best wishes for a very happy year.
I hope your knitted gifties were well received. I bet the focus will now shift toward knitting something for yourselves.
The Madrona Fiber Arts folks accepted a teaching proposal for a mini-class on grafting for the Winter Retreat in February. It’s just a quick little bit of teaching, but something I am really looking forward to, as I have heard great things about the event and venue. They won’t be opening the min-class signup until mid-January. The event is in Tacoma, Washington, and will follow on the heels of a retreat I’m attending in the far northwest corner of our lower 48.
Tuesday knitting starts at my house this week, Tuesday the fifth, 2:00-9:00. Kristin is bringing the evening snack. Those staying the day will have to leave to find supper, then return after, as I do have my family living here. You may stay and knit through the supper hour, but just know I won’t be feeding you.
I sincerely apologize for the confusion over claimed shop cubbies over the holidays. To make matters worse (or better for you, depending on how you look at it), as of yesterday, I now DO need to get rid of all the fixtures in the space. So, if you want anything, call 616-454-9276 and leave a message. I’ll call you back.
There is room for one or two more of you to join the three session Classic Socks Class beginning this Friday afternoon. Details are on the classes page. To sign up, call 616-454-9276 or e-mail me at Lorilee AT city-knitting DOT com.
I’ll see some of you tomorrow.