By JC | January 23, 2012
Next May, I get to road trip to Seattle. The knitting guild there has asked me to be the featured speaker for their monthly guild meeting. Whee! Ought to be fun… just as soon as I figure out exactly what I’ll talk about. Charts in some form or another, I suppose. Maybe “Chart Symbols: Not Just Arbitrary Squiggles Anymore.” Or “Stitch Dictionary Obsession and Why It’s Okay.”
(Oops. I just noticed that Mary Scott Huff and Franklin Habit were speakers at Seattle Knitters Guild meetings last year. Now I’m intimidated. Talk about tough acts to follow! Okay, where’d I leave my big-girl panties?)
After the guild meeting, I’ll stick around the Seattle area long enough to teach at a couple superb shops. On May 5, it’s Slick Set-in Sleeves and Charts Made Simple at Acorn Street Shop. And on May 6, it’s Cast-on Cornucopia at A Good Yarn Shop. (Yup, that shop, Debbie Macomber’s dream shop.) Some of my favorite classes!
I’ll let you know when the shops open up registration for the classes. And in the meantime, you let me know if there’s a topic you’d like me to rattle on about, okay?