From the minute my plane landed in Kansas City, MO I was excited and also apprehensive to arrive at The Harveyville Project in Harveyville, Kansas a town of less than 400 people. I learned about “Yarn School” on the internet and many of my knitting friends thought I was crazy going to Kansas.… Read more
I finally had the opportunity to go to the Sunset Magazine Celebration Weekend Event, it is held annually and has moved to Cornerstone in Sonoma. The theme was outdoor living and had everything from gardening, to food and drink tastings, travel, home decorating and chef demonstrations.… Read more
We call ourselves the Marconi Knitters and for the past three years we have gathered in West Marin for a knitting retreat. It started in 2014 by a knitter and Marinite, Lisa, who for some reason knows knitters all over the San Francisco bay area.… Read more
The yarn for this shawl was purchased at Stitches West 2015. The shawl was supposed to be completed for a family wedding last summer. Obviously I did not finish it, now my goal is to have it done in time for Stitches West 2016.… Read more
Spinning and knitting are somewhat amalgamous you can’t have one without the other. Spinners seem to be another breed from knitters. Most spinners I have met tell me they love spinning more than knitting and that it is somewhat Zen like.… Read more
Not only was the San Francisco weather fantastic but the day was a feast for the creative senses.
Knitters all over the world will be doing and celebrating what they love to do most knit. Today is the first day of World Wide Knit in Public Week. Visit the website there is a link to find a KIP day in your area or if you are motivated start one yourself.… Read more