Sometimes, I stop and think about how lucky I am to get to do this job and share yarny goodness with you. I especially think these thinks when I am getting ready to enjoy a great week like the one I have ahead. I am just leaving our 5th meeting of Knit Swirl after having a wonderful time making body doubles with the group.
The week is only going to improve from this high point.
Tomorrow night, Apr. 23 from 6 to 9 p.m., I get to teach Martina Behm's Hitchhiker. (There are still 2 spots open as of this moment.)
Then, on Wednesday, Apr. 24 from 6 to 9pm, I am teaching Continental Converts which is a class that teaches you how to hold your yarn in your left hand and to pick the stitches. This change makes you faster and helps when managing two strands of yarn for colorwork. This class leads into my plans for next Monday, Apr. 29 from 6 to 9, at the Intro to Stranding - Fake Isle class (hats pictured below).
Before next Monday though, I get to spend ALL DAY this Saturday with many of you at the AFY EWENIVERSITY. The link provided will take you to more info as well as a schedule of the days available classes. Only a few days are left to sign up for your favorites.