Last weekend we traveled to a family wedding. 4 days with lots of driving and visiting equals primo knitting time. The sweater I’ve been working on is almost finished, and too big to carry around, and I didn’t want to work on projects I’m working on for classes. I wanted to knit something personal, for […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on My nominee for Perfect Travel knitting project: Cairdeas
Here is a run-down of my week – an overview, because lots happened and there will be more details later on specific things I ‘ve been working on Craftsy filming – Such a great experience, and I thank everyone at Craftsy central who helps make my dreams come true. I loved preparing and presenting this […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Life is different, now. Not only is “Annetarsia Knits” finished, it is out there, all around the world, and people like it! I’m thrilled that everyone (so far) thinks my baby book is beautiful, valuable, and fun to have around. I love autographing books, wrapping them up and taking them to the post office – […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The “New Normal”
Last night we had a party at For Yarn’s Sake. Apparently this happens every Tuesday evening, it is called Knit Chat and anyone can come. For those who haven’t been attending, we have been missing out! It’s hard to beat a beautiful, well-stocked yarn store, hospitable hosts, and engaging guests for a good time. The […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Knit Chat at For Yarn’s Sake
The official publication date is Aug. 1, but here in Portland, “Annetarsia Knits” will be available in at least 2 shops during the month of July – For Yarn’s Sake, in the Beaverton Town Square, and Twisted, in NE Portland. Bill and I dropped books off at For Yarn’s Sake last evening, and today the […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
Knitters are very generous people, and we love to support good causes. This particular one resonates strongly with me because feeling safe when running is something that I take very seriously, as well as crimes against women. I have been knitting with Dream in Color yarn lately, as they have generously supported the Book with […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.