I’m back from TNNA, and the exhaustion of spending 72 hours madly catching up with everyone I only see once a year is warring with my excitement at all of the new projects that came out of the trip. I’m especially excited about the new sweater I debuted at the show–perfect for the hot, humid Columbus weather.
This one is off to the tech editor today, hopefully to be in your hands in a few weeks… but before then I have a bunch of exciting stuff planned. Unfortunately, there are a few logistics items before we can get there.
- Google reader is going away. So to ensure those of you using Google reader keep up to date with things going on here, I thought I’d share a few alternatives. I have personally switched to Newsblur, and am very happy with it. Some of my friends are using Feedly, and there are other options out there too.
- If you’d like to receive my posts by email instead of dealing with a reader at all, click here to sign up. I post 1-3 times per week, so it won’t be a ton of mail, and you’re sure to get all of the news this way.
- I’m teaching a few classes in the next month: On July 13, I’m very excited to be at Saco River Yarns in Biddeford, ME for a 4-hour Knit to Flatter class. On July 20 and 21, I’ll be doing full day and half-day Knit to Flatter classes at the wonderful Knitting Boutique in Glen Burnie, MD. There are more for August, too, so stay tuned!
Whew, what a list! Maybe another picture will help?
See you tomorrow for Fashion Friday, and next Monday for something very special!