I’ll be at Interweave Knit Lab once again, and I’m proud and thrilled to be there!
It’s been a crazy, pain-filled few days and I don’t know why. I’ve been living a relatively clean life; no gluten, biking as much as I can (in the heat), keeping the sweets & dairy to a minimum. But the pain has been rather intense. I’m beginning to wonder if one of the triggers for…
Maybe the editorial gods will conspire to do me a solid and hook me up with Swans Island Yarn in the future!
There’s room for MANY different opinions in our business. If holding a position outside of the mainstream means I’ve burned a bridge, that might not have been the right path for me, anyway.
If I happen to see you at Yarn Over and drag you into a corner and ask you to give me 15 words on what excites you, please play along – I’d appreciate it!
History on Two Needles is READY!
All those times when I was tired in my youth and said, “I can’t move a muscle!” – well, I was exaggerating. Now I know how that TRULY feels.
I can’t say that I’ll do the retreat again – my own energy level was so poor that I felt guilty when I’d have to go lay down for a rest – but if I do, there’s no way I can do it without Kathleen and London!
I’ve reached the point in my Fibromyalgia journey when I realize that saving up my energy is the best plan on teaching trips. Students have paid good money to get as much of my strong, clear attention as possible, they deserve it. When I deviate from my energy saving plan and socialize, I’m not able to give 100% of my limited energy, and that I’ve failed in some way.
I have seldom taught such a fun, hardworking, wonderfully challenging and great group as the Knit Or Knot Guild in Orlando!