No matter how old I am, September will always be back-to-school time (at least, here in the Northern Hemisphere). Regular readers will know how much I love to teach knitting since I’ve mentioned it now and again (and again…). My new fall classes are enrolling now here in lovely Newton, MA. Care to join? Would […]
No matter how old I am, September will always be back-to-school time (at least, here in the Northern Hemisphere). Regular readers will know how much I love to teach knitting since I’ve mentioned it now and again (and again…). My new fall classes are enrolling now here in lovely Newton, MA. Care to join? Would … Continue reading Back to (Knitting) Class
Regular readers know that I've been teaching knitting for several years now and absolutely love it. Just click on the tag "teaching" to see examples of the awesome knitters in my classes. I'm expanding my offerings this spring. So if you're in the vicinity of Newton and want to learn or expand your skills, join us! Here's … Continue reading Seeking Fearless Knitters for New Class
Long-time readers of the blog know that this is not my first knitting cruise; in fact, it's my third -- last fall, we went to Canada and Maine and two years ago to Bermuda. Of course, even regular readers (some of whom are family) are a bit bemused by the notion of a knitter's cruise. … Continue reading Knitting at Sea
Knitting class update: finished Crate & Barrel Throw.
A two-colored tassel tops off knitted baby hat perfectly.
My knitting students have started the New Year with burst of energy. Look at these finished creations...
After the success and enthusiasm of last fall's class -- from Seema, our intrepid novice, to Judy's first sock -- I'm happy to offer two new classes: one for beginner's and one for intermediate knitters. I sent the following email to about 25 local friends this morning and looking forward to the responses. What's on your … Continue reading Late Winter Knitting Classes
Friend Rachel, who's one of the students in my knitting class, had nearly finished binding off her cotton "butterfly" washcloth when she encountered an extra loopy stitch. You know, the last stitch of a row that can be a bit wonky, the one that can leave you with an extra bump after binding off. Demonstrating … Continue reading Lemons into Lemonade (in a knitting sort of way)
Four and a half years ago, I branched out on my own as a marketing communications consultant. I love the variety of the work, the flexibility in my schedule, and the ongoing learning about the industry and new clients. And I especially love my "commute" up two flights to the tiny storage room my office. … Continue reading Taking the Plunge — again!