Learn the scalloped edge, Herringbone Braid, and knitting with two, three, and four yarns in a round! Twined Knitted Fingerless Mitts: Learn a Twined Knitting Cast-on in two colors, all the basic stitches, reading the charts, plus a cool ("Crooked") thumb gusset. You can go to the Squam website to register for classes. Full information and details for the 2010 sessions will be posted there on January 4th. I hope to see some of you in class! _________________________________________________ July The bad news is that in July, I had to move. My landlord wanted to move home, and who could blame her for wanting to be back in her charming cabin on the side of a mountain? But I cried for two months, especially when I had to sell my beloved wood cookstove--no room at the new place for it. Still, I am blessed that I found a cute little apartment in town with very little maintenance and a whole lot easier to heat. I am warm this winter!!! YAY! Stay tuned for Part 2.
Looking Back On 2009-Part 1
Last time I wrote here, it was actually April! I think it's really true that as you get older, time starts flying by faster and faster. Or maybe I was just REALLY busy this year. I was so surprised to see that this is only the third post of the year! Geez! Well, I'll bring you all up to date on a year that surpassed MY expectations. June To finish up about Squam, that fabulous fiber event in New Hampshire, it was wonderful. I wanted to share some of my photos. I can't tell you how great it was sitting on the porch every night on the lake listening to the loons make their lovely, mournful calls. Then, up in the morning to walk through the woods to my class room and enthusiastic students! The food was even good! I mean it! Here is one of my classes in front of the cute building where we worked. One evening there was a bonfire, a singer, and.... Jess from Ravelry! The best news yet is that I am going back this coming year (June 2-6) teaching two new workshops: Latvian Fingerless Mitts: