Happy Friday, lovely knitters!
With the anticipation of fall, I’ve started looking ahead not only to sweaters, but to where I’ll be traveling this fall. The shrinking of my company to one person has meant a big reduction in the number of trips I can take while moving everything else along, and so I have a fairly light teaching schedule this fall. I hope to see you at one of these events or another – or that we connect online, if that’s not possible!
make. wear. love. 9/22-25
I’ll be kicking off the fall by seeing some of you at the fall 2016 make. wear. love. sweater retreat. We’re full up as of this writing, but if you’d like to be put on the wait list, let me know! (I typically get a couple of last-minute cancellations.)
I’ll be attending the New York Sheep & Wool festival (affectionately known the world around as “Rhinebeck” after its location) again this year – and while I’m not teaching, I’ll definitely be around both days! So if you see me, stop and say hello and let me know what yarns you’re excited about.
Vogue Knitting Live Minneapolis 11/4-6
I’m definitely excited to be heading to Minneapolis to teach at Vogue Knitting Live – one of my favorite groups to work with. I’ve got a schedule with both beginner-friendly and more advanced classes, and there’s still a little bit of space in most of them! You can click here to register, and if you have any questions about the classes I’m offering let me know.
Strung Along 11/12-14
Finally, I’m thrilled to be joining amazing teachers Stephanie Pearl-McPhee and Judith Mackenzie for the November Strung Along retreat. The theme is “I did it my way”, which (as you can imagine) makes me cackle with glee. We’re going to have an absolute blast, and I hope to see you there. (Photo below courtesy of Stephanie Pearl-McPhee and used with permission.)
And that’s the fall! My travel schedule is definitely lighter than in past years, but I’m beyond excited about the events I’ll be at, and I hope to see you there. As always, If you have questions don’t hesitate to ask them – and until next time, happy knitting!