Well it's the last day of the month. Just read in the paper that March will be wet and dreary - oh great. Well, as soon as I get all the book-keeping out of the way, I plan to spend some major time in my studio. I'm slowly re-organizing my space, since our son has moved on, and fluctuate between organizing, and knitting. I have a new machine to set up, as soon as there's room, and am looking forward and planning for the week in Haliburton. Tomorrow is the first day for signing up! I'm soooo excited.
As part of Ontario Heritage week, The Town of Richmond Hill is inviting us to join in some of events, one of them being the Sheep Strings Cafe, held every Thursday evening at the Heritage Centre. A great opportunity to meet fellow knitters, enjoy sharing your handiwork, and some great company. I'm planning to attend. Hope to see some of you there. Happy Knitting!
Teaching machine knitting is my passion. I am delighted to announce that I will be teaching at the Haliburton School of The Arts-Fleming College this summer for one week. The course is titled "Tips, Tricks, and Techniques" and is suitable to beginner and intermediate knitters who want to have some fun with their machines. I plan to post a little more regularly, so that you can see what we will be working on. I'm excited!!!