My Bags Are Packed…

Hannah’s decided that I’m really a secret agent, and that my cover is as knitting teacher. Not a bad story, huh?

The kids are bummed that I’m going again, but this time for only a week. I’m out to Minnesota today and I’m SO excited! I’ll be teaching at the Yarn Over event – which promises to be a crowded, exciting and fiber filled event. Better take my metamusal.

After that I have a day off when I’ll be walking by the river so I can re-enact the opening of the MTM show. No one’s ever done that, huh? then I teach on Monday, Tues & Wed. There are STILL A FEW SPACES AVAILABLE in some of my classes, so if you got closed out of one class, see the list below! And I promise that if you can KNIT and PURL, you CAN DO LACE!!

Minnesota Knitting Guild Yarn Over Event
Arlington Senior High School, 1495 Rice Street, St. Paul, MN 55117

Combination Knitting – SOLD OUT
Saturday, 4/29/2006, 9 o’clock (3 hour class)

Cable Mania (Look Mom, No Needle!) – almost SOLD OUT
Saturday, 4/29/2006, 1 o’clock (3 hour class)

6020 Blue Circle Drive, Minnetonka, MN 55343 952-936-0030

Combination Knitting – SOLD OUT
Monday, 5/1/2006, 10 o’clock (2 hour class)

Cable Mania (Look Mom, No Needle!) – SOLD OUT
Monday, 5/1/2006, 12:30 (2 hour class)

New Directions in Knitting With Color – SOLD OUT
Monday, 5/1/2006, 2:30 o’clock (2 hour class)

Creative Fibers Inc.
5416 Penn Avenue S, Minneapolis, MN 55419 – (612) 927-8307

Love your Lace! – SPACES AVAILABLE
Tuesday, 5/2/2006, 6:30 pm o’clock (3 hour class)

New Directions in Knitting With Color – almost SOLD OUT
Wednesday, 5/3/2006, 6:30 pm o’clock (3 hour class)

I’m really looking forward to meeting a lot of great knitters, having some coffee and maybe a hot dish. I’ll bring my own corning ware dish with my name in masking tape on the bottom…

I’m getting near to being late for the flight, so I’ll write at length later about my most excellent adventure yesterday with the writer and photographer – lots of fun and chance to sit outside in the hammock, could life be better? Oh – two words – Walnut Babka!

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I knit weird and I enjoy showing others how to find the joy and intuitiveness within their OWN knitting! We don't knit to make THINGS, we knit to make OURSELVES HAPPY!

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